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He had received to the peace some complaisant Scots whose lands or dwellings lay on his northward route.
Here he “found another kind of people” from the complaisant inhabitants of the Isle of Wight.
I am vastly complaisant, amuse myself in Routes and private parties and play shilling Whist with the most edifying resignation.
In, in through the portal King Valdemar strode, Sophia received him in complaisant mode.
He is a Man of Penetration, crafty, complaisant, and capable of great Affairs.
That was all that wasnecessary; our complaisant neophytes immediately gave chase toall the cats in the neighbourhood.
Catherine of Braganza was a young and complaisant Queen, and Charles, though a faithless husband, respected her.
He is very complaisant and civil, and seems to me of a good-natur'd Disposition.
Foreigners are very well receiv'd there, and both the Ladies and Gentlemen are very civil and complaisant.
He is affable and civil, complaisant to Foreigners, and lives with a vast deal of Splendor.

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