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He glides and goes; and still the dudgeon sticks from his left lapelle.
THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONTHOMAS CARLYLE
Dudgeon let go the buckle and took two slow, deliberate steps nearer Durham.
The commissioners, however, were not able to arrange the matter, and both parties separated in dudgeon.
LOS GRINGOSH. A. (HENRY AGUSTUS) WISE
Dudgeon exclaimed as he got out of his buggy and limped over to Soden.
Vernon—Mr. Dudgeon, I think you are the surgeon's mate belonging to the Ruby?
"But that is what I have come to speak of," replied Hal, in some dudgeon.
A GENTLEMAN PLAYERROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
Tod stood by in dudgeon; he was angry with them for not having believed him at first.
Then Henry went off in dudgeon, and, meeting Bayne in the yard, had a long discussion with him on the subject.
I am going out to Taloona to help the doctor nurse Mr. Dudgeon.
Crocker, not conquered, but for the moment silenced, seated himself in a dudgeon at his desk.
MARION FAYANTHONY TROLLOPE

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