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1. The note was signed extravagantly by Susannah.
2. Reserved love - by loving extravagantly (What is worse than.
3. Of this child, a daughter, she was extravagantly fond; and it.
4. He chanted, waving his hands extravagantly in the air as he did so.
5. The mobster didn’t live too extravagantly, but all his needs were met.
6. You notice that when people give extravagantly, a number of things happen.
7. These people extravagantly alive in these contexts all around her, while she, a singleton, sat alone.

8. She was extravagantly appreciative for my ministrations and told me the footbath had done her a world of good.
9. They not only admired her extravagantly, her high-spiritedness, her hugging and kissing her to emphasize their loving words.
10. There was only the shrouded form of her best friend stretched extravagantly across the bed to crease and hug the sheets beside her.
11. Why, she and Martha had been his bridesmaids, or rather Fanny's, and he had given them the most extravagantly inappropriate diamond bangles.
12. At any rate Cody asked him a few questions (one of them elicited the brand new name) and found that he was quick, and extravagantly ambitious.
13. He reduced the prices of all manner of shoes, boots, and stockings, but of shoes in particular, as they seemed to him to run extravagantly high.
14. The place was not decorated extravagantly, like Philemon’ s palace in Kingsbridge, where the profusion of rugs and jewels suggested a robber’ s cave.
15. In another scene in the same play the wily Ithacan again gives way to his passion for authority and eulogizes somewhat extravagantly the paternal, prying, omnipresent State:.
16. The heavy door of the church opened up and a man - quite an ordinary one it seemed to Tom, not at all an extravagantly dressed pirate like the ones who had been in the saloon -.
17. With your house, furniture and cars all paid for, you can live very comfortably - but not extravagantly - on this level of money, but it is by no means what you would call wealthy.
18. He might call her the most extravagantly flattering things, and she appreciated them and savoured them with a kind of objective delight that interested him at first extraordinarily.
19. They were at this period extravagantly and preternaturally fond of me; which, after all, I could reflect, was no more than a graceful response in children perpetually bowed over and hugged.
20. Playing savior to your vidience, you extravagantly saved the one and blissfully dismissed the many, because Won't they be happy to know one of their own has been rescued and given sanctuary by moi?
21. He lauded almost extravagantly my nether extremities, my swelling calves in silk hose drawn up to the limit, and eulogised glowingly my other hidden treasures in priceless lace which, he said, he could conjure up.
22. They are often far too ready to believe it, and foolishly try to supply the hunger of their souls by extravagantly frequent reception of the Lord's Supper, and submitting to the spiritual directorship of some clergyman.
23. As Amonas replayed in his mind what Hilderich had tried to explain to him, the idea seemed extravagantly far-fetched; more like a Curator’s wild fantasy than anything that seemed to hold any ties with the realm of reality.
24. Edmund, more vigorous despite being the elder, had a red face and a long untidy grey beard, and he walked carelessly, dragging his withered leg through the mud, speaking argumentatively and gesturing extravagantly with both arms.
25. This Hebraism (Lazarus) might appropriately represent the Gentile world, who were not only less favored, and poor, but without God and without the bread of life, which the Jews were extravagantly throwing from their bountiful table.
26. Not extravagantly, to spoil the young man, or delude him with unfounded hopes of heirship; but by a college course, Columbia bien entendu! and when he determined to become an architect, the Beaux Arts was naturally the only correct place.
27. Who that has heard a strain of music feared then lest he should speak extravagantly any more forever? In view of the future or possible, we should live quite laxly and undefined in front, our outlines dim and misty on that side; as our shadows reveal an insensible perspiration toward the sun.
28. The profits of the trade, therefore, which France and England carry on with their colonies, though no doubt somewhat higher than if the competition were free to all other nations, are, however, by no means exorbitant ; and the price of European goods, accordingly, is not extravagantly high in the greater past of the colonies of either of those nations.
29. On land, laced into suppressive whalebone, dressed, and with their hair dry and curled, they cannot but keep within the limits set by convention; but the more clothes they take off the more do they seem to consider the last barrier between human creature and human creature broken down, and they will behave towards you, meeting you on this common ground of wateriness, as though they had known you and extravagantly esteemed you for years.
30. The gaoler standing at his side, and the other gaolers moving about, who would have been well enough as to appearance in the ordinary exercise of their functions, looked so extravagantly coarse contrasted with sorrowing mothers and blooming daughters who were there--with the apparitions of the coquette, the young beauty, and the mature woman delicately bred--that the inversion of all experience and likelihood which the scene of shadows presented, was heightened to its utmost.
31. I think, though, you should remember that every bit of all this--" and he looked round the flower-filled room, and at the extravagantly wasteful amount of stuff to eat, untouched by either, of them, on the tea-table, and at Fanny herself, sunk in softness, wrapped in probably wickedly expensive garments for all their air of simplicity, with an eye made hostile by its inner vision of the shabby, patient figure on the seat in Battersea Park--"everything in this house, every stitch on your back, is yours because of his generosity.
32. Barville, who used her house, just come to town, whom she was not a little perplexed about providing a suitable companion for; which was indeed a point of difficulty, as he was under the tyranny of a cruel taste: that of an ardent desire, not only of being unmercifully whipped himself, but of whipping others, in such sort, that though he paid extravagantly those who had the courage and complaisance to submit to his humour, there were few, delicate as he was in the choice of his subjects, who would exchange turns with him so terribly at the expense of their skin.
33. He wore the blue bag in the manner of my great-coat, and was strutting along the pavement towards me on the opposite side of the street, attended by a company of delighted young friends to whom he from time to time exclaimed, with a wave of his hand, "Don't know yah!" Words cannot state the amount of aggravation and injury wreaked upon me by Trabb's boy, when passing abreast of me, he pulled up his shirt-collar, twined his side-hair, stuck an arm akimbo, and smirked extravagantly by, wriggling his elbows and body, and drawling to his attendants, "Don't know yah, don't know yah, 'pon my soul don't know yah!" The disgrace attendant on his immediately afterwards taking to crowing and pursuing me across the bridge with crows, as from an exceedingly dejected fowl who had known me when I was a blacksmith, culminated the disgrace with which I left the town, and was, so to speak, ejected by it into the open country.

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