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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Millner, as mechanically, took one of the virginally cinctured cigars, and began to undo its wrappings.
I am assured beyond all doubt that they will send forth a fitting wail from their lovely deep-cinctured bosoms.
The antique Greek peplum of soft white wool fell in long folds, cinctured high under the breast.
THE DEATH OF THE GODSDMITRI MREJKOWSKI
A shawl, twisted of many folds, cinctured the waist, confining the silken shintyan.
And the cities of Cathuria are cinctured with golden walls, and their pavements are also of gold.
Slowly, like a phantom, she passed through the grove towards the ivy-wreathed temple of Pomona by the marble-cinctured lake.
THE HILL OF VENUSNATHAN GALLIZIER
Peace and silence cinctured the ancient tower of Lochinvar like the blue circle of the vault of heaven.
LOCHINVARS. R. CROCKETT

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