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A writer starts from some slender basis of fact and composes an edifying novel.
This excessively brilliant, though not edifying, career did not last long.
How edifying and refreshing to trace the moral glories of the divine volume!
ELIJAH THE TISHBITEC. (CHARLES) H. (HENRY) MACKINTOSH
My own feeling on the matter is, that early fasting communion when there is health and strength is far the most edifying.
All sorts of edifying exercises were at once performed with these young men.
Rowe's artificially ingenious and morally mellifluous play, if edifying, is never thrilling.
TRAGEDYASHLEY H. THORNDIKE
These truculent ruffians (when they have thoroughly earned a thrashing) will often accept it with most edifying docility.
His devout faith in his own distaste for soft living, and his longings after a hermits cell, was an edifying spectacle.
Among mercenaries, sumpters and camp followers, these hungry nomad monks lived an edifying life.
To this espionage we are indebted for some edifying details of Hawthorne's sojourn in upper Berkshire.
LITERARY SHRINESTHEODORE F. WOLFE

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