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But the conceit tastes mellow and naf and bromidic and appetizing to me, like cream and raspberries in July.
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
Brian, it was plain, had been decoyed by bromidic tales of cub reporters and "record-smashing beats."
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
He made his gallant, bromidic speeches to each one in turn, playing no favorites.
Ridicule is a much more amusing medium for the display of a subject than praise, which is always rather bromidic.
ETIQUETTEEMILY POST
I asked with that bromidic zeal to please that so often discloses the fly just when the ointment's smell is sweetest.
The tale of the conversation spread like the prehistorically bromidic "wildfire," and Ninon won new laurels thereby.
SUPERWOMENALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE
Another bromidic piece of advice is “Be perfectly frank and sincere.”
She smiled at her bromidic remark, and sat down; but he did not reply, "Gil," she said at last.
THE BAD MANCHARLES HANSON TOWNE
It is too beautiful to waste on mere bromidic residential or business interests.
THE CALIFORNIACSINEZ HAYNES IRWIN
"His career is yours, you know," kittenishly bromidic, Emelene comforted her.
THE STURDY OAKSAMUEL MERWIN, ET AL.

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