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At the porter's desk a brief "Pas de lettres" fell destructively on the fabric of these hopes.
THE REEFEDITH WHARTON
Generally speaking, the Protective system in these days is conservative, while the Free Trade system works destructively.
BRITISH SOCIALISMJ. ELLIS BARKER
The ills themselves that he thus destructively fights remain to him as opaque as before.
He calls the lady ‘destructively handsome,’ and says his heart ‘gallops away in her praise most dangerously.’
BY-WAYS IN BOOK-LANDWILLIAM DAVENPORT ADAMS
A newly-born and dirty little stream was trickling destructively through all manner of shivering grasses and flowers.
THE CLAIM JUMPERSSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
And it was this knowledge that had worn on him so destructively.
RICH MAN, POOR MANMAXIMILIAN FOSTER
She turned on him blindly and destructively, he became a mad creature, black and electric with fury.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
The chances against them were too great, our artillery and machine-gun fire too destructively accurate.
The colossal brazier of Mount Vesuvius dealt most awfully and destructively with the towns on its declivities and near its base.
"About the same, I think," she said in an undertone, poking the fire destructively.
HAPPY HOUSEBETSEY RIDDLE, FREIFRAU VON HUTTEN ZUM STOLZENBERG

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