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Little Brown completely gave in, and we were obliged to leave him.
My horse was completely knocked up, and I was glad to be able to give him a rest.
The girl was completely mollified, though in much embarrassment.
Perhaps this was because she had been taken so completely by surprise.
You always told me to keep my temper and I lost it completely.
In its construction the principles of defilade have been completely ignored.
The arrival of Winkleman would, he secretly admitted, upset him completely.
If he felt a respect for her thrift it was completely unacknowledged.
My soul was so completely touched, that I could not articulate.
She had behaved as coolly as if she had been in a dining-room and he had been completely clothed.
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