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Tarantino says, “The days are gone” of Diego “pretending to be effete.”
The taint was too inveterate to be eradicated; the evil was immedicable; Rome was already effete and moribund.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
Would those silly men, those servile votaries of fortune, those effete courtiers, have said this a week ago?
Many chemical substances can be combined with water to cleanse these effete productions from the skin.
The crocodile of America, superior in every detail to the crocodile of the effete monarchies of the Old World.
The Terms had adopted mankind's culture, they had no further need of their effete native customs.
EXPLOITER'S ENDJAMES CAUSEY
I tell you, Grant, I'm not surprised any more that you Easterners get effete and worthless.
The Negroes suffered from the touch of the moral contagion of this effete matter driven out of European society.
The effete and placid Thedor was supported by a Douma (Council) of five.
That is the cry of the effete, of the thing which must soon fall into decay.
THE LOCUSTS' YEARSMARY HELEN FEE

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