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They loved him for his simplicity and drollness, but there hung above him a great sword of suspended judgment.
SIXES AND SEVENSO. HENRY
The dance was an eccentric mixture of drollness, innocence, and wildness.
ATLANTISGERHART HAUPTMANN
Mr. Fielding looked as if Dick's drollness did not appeal to him, but the Bishop laughed, and put his arm around her.
THE MILITANTSMARY RAYMOND SHIPMAN ANDREWS
He looked different, more staid and respectable, but his drollness of speech and kindly manner were the same as ever.
THE EASIEST WAYEUGENE WALTER AND ARTHUR HORNBLOW
The drollness of the situation was in danger of overcoming him again.
BONAVENTUREGEORGE WASHINGTON CABLE
And Jonas, the younger boy, has so much drollness in him and tells about pranks at school.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD PHILADELPHIAAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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