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"Idyllic," some folks would have thought it: I used to get the fair dismals watching it.
THE OBSERVATIONS OF HENRYJEROME K. JEROME
Amy thought she never had; but it was amusing and pleasant talk; there could be no dismals where Anne was.
IT MAY BE TRUE VOLUME 1 OF 3MRS. WOOD
“Idyllic,” some folks would have thought it: I used to get the fair dismals watching it.
THE OBSERVATIONS OF HENRYJEROME K. JEROME
The worst miss of all to me is that, when we are in the dismals, there is now no hope of relief from any quarter whatsoever.
MARY LAMBANNE BURROWS GILCHRIST
But at the end of book, volume, and part we leave Cyrus once more in the dismals.
A HISTORY OF THE FRENCH NOVEL, VOL. 1GEORGE SAINTSBURY
Mr. Pickwick then presumed that his talk of suicide was all flam, and that his dismals were all assumed.
PICKWICKIAN STUDIESPERCY FITZGERALD
He only sat down, relieved, when Helene had signed to him that the child was in her dismals, as Rosalie was wont to say.
A LOVE EPISODEEMILE ZOLA
There was enough care on her face to set one up in the dismals for life.
JOHNNY LUDLOW. FIRST SERIESMRS. HENRY WOOD
Such pretty employment in new dismals, when she had hardly worn round her blazing joyfuls!
CLARISSA, OR THE HISTORY OF A YOUNG LADY, VOLUME 8SAMUEL RICHARDSON
He concluded that she was not out of her mind, that she had simply had a fit of the dismals, and dismissed the matter.
A LIFE FOR A LOVEL. T. MEADE
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