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The little truffled French sausages aroused his better nature.
"He'd better improve his whiskers first thing he does," suggested Percival.
Who could have proved a better protector than Phidias has been?
I know, better than you possibly can, what reasons I have to trust the strength of his affection.
Then it's better to take him out back of the barn and shoot him, by Gad!
In this persistence he displayed courage worthy of a better reward.
"We'd better go to the railroad depot, Mr. Dunham," he said.
You'd better not tell him so, or he might give you a lesson in politeness.
It is very honorable in you to make the offer, and I like you the better for having made it.
"Better not try to describe her—while I'm by, you know," said Mrs. Drelmer, sympathetically.