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After all, in the face of death, financial ruin seemed a mere bagatelle.
HIDDEN GOLDWILDER ANTHONY
My object in going to the Crimea was to speculate in munitions of war, which I supposed would be sold for a mere bagatelle.
MY LIFE IN MANY STATES AND IN FOREIGN LANDSGEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN
Lise left her abruptly, darting down a street that led to a back entrance of the Bagatelle, and Janet pursued her way.
THE DWELLING PLACE OF LIGHT, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
It is scarcely too much to say that his ostentatious preference for the bagatelle was a real, and not in the least affected fact.
THE LIFE AND OPINIONS OF TRISTRAM SHANDY, GENTLEMANLAURENCE STERNE
"Those bagatelle diatribes about Hegelism," etc., are not reprinted in this book, not a single syllable of them!
THE LETTERS OF WILLIAM JAMES, VOL. 1WILLIAM JAMES
But all this is but a bagatelle to the fashions in deformity which we find among nearly all American women.
AS A CHINAMAN SAW USANONYMOUS
As to what I spent here, it was a mere bagatelle compared with what the other did,—the one before me.
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEYEMILE GABORIAU
I shaved my chin as smooth as a bagatelle ball, and took care to keep myself pretty clean.
GRIFB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
In October of the same year he accomplished a demonstration flight of 200 feet at Bagatelle, near Paris.
THE ROMANCE OF AIRCRAFTLAWRENCE YARD SMITH
American Bagatelle can be played alone or with an antagonist.
THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD

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