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The wine is off-dry, but balanced, with flavors of cherry cordial, marzipan and raspberries, dusted with baking spice.
Everyone prepares for a cordial and informative confirmation process.
There was no answer for a moment, but out came both the young captain's hands in cordial clasp.
We have briefly glanced at our lack of confidence, our failure in cordial unanimity, the absence of definiteness and importunity.
THE ASSEMBLY OF GODC. (CHARLES) H. (HENRY) MACKINTOSH
Personally he was a man of fine presence and manners, always pleasant to meet with on the street, cordial and unassuming.
Then he sat down near Laure, whose work deserved his most cordial attention.
VENDETTAHONORE DE BALZAC
He expressed his pleasure at meeting the citizens of Banning and his appreciation of their cordial welcome.
"How d'ye do, Mr. Selden," said Oliver in cordial tones, thrusting forth a strong brown hand.
THE HERITAGE OF THE HILLSARTHUR P. HANKINS
Thus he went on, speaking so cheerfully to me, and such cheerful things, that it was a cordial to my very soul to hear him speak.
Near her was a taller, younger woman with eyes almost as interested, and a smile almost as cordial.
THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER

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