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"Have a peach," he said convivially, laying an enormous Late Crawford on the corner of the desk.
As late as August 1864, on the visit to Halifax of some Canadian delegates, he had been convivially eloquent in favour of union.
THE TRIBUNE OF NOVA SCOTIAW. L. (WILLIAM LAWSON) GRANT
Joseph pushed back his chair with considerable vigour, and passed the back of his hand convivially across his moustache.
WITH EDGED TOOLSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
Three yesty spirits sat convivially enjoying the warmth of the fire upon the huge hearth.
MISTRESS NELLGEORGE C. HAZELTON, JR.
He'd never in his life taken a drink, except convivially, and then he took as little as would pass muster.
THE REAL ADVENTUREHENRY KITCHELL WEBSTER

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