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I knowed twas Botch, without lookin, for it couldnt be nothin else.
EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELFNORMAN DUNCAN
When Botch thunkwhen he got hard at ittwould give you the shivers.
EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELFNORMAN DUNCAN
They wasnt no sea nor shore for Botch no more; they wasnt no earth, no heavens.
EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELFNORMAN DUNCAN
Botch-work and bungling are inexcusable, as well in writing as in the transaction of business.
BURROUGHS' ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF ASTOUNDING FACTS AND USEFUL INFORMATION, 1889BARKHAM BURROUGHS
I am at present here to botch up a piece of work, which was originally well imagined but badly executed.
THE DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, VOL. IXVARIOUS
If it does, then its absurdities are nothing new, for we all know what a botch Ibsen made of accounting for himself.
A BOOK OF PREFACESH. L. MENCKEN
Nature has made a botch of him, else he would now be running on four feet, instead of two.
A BREEZE FROM THE WOODS, 2ND ED.WILLIAM CHAUNCEY BARTLETT
I wouldn't know how to pray out there where my father made such a botch of living.
THE RECLAIMERSMARGARET HILL MCCARTER
In the plague, a live cock applied to the botch was thought to draw the venom; the cock was then to be buried.
A HISTORY OF EPIDEMICS IN BRITAIN, VOLUME II (OF 2)CHARLES CREIGHTON
Please let none of the officers here know anything about all this, as they would only make a botch of it, I am sure.
HANDS UP; OR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS OF DETECTIVE LIFE IN THE MOUNTAINS AND ON THE PLAINSD. J. COOK

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