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Nevertheless, it cannot be denied, that upon the whole they are hereditarily entitled to embonpoint.
"It's all we do do," said the lady of the embonpoint, whose first name by now he had gleaned as Winifred.
Mrs. Hastings has been a remarkably fine woman; she is now five-and-thirty, and still good looking, though disposed to embonpoint.
The Phelan shoulders and embonpoint, still in negligee, followed.
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He was six feet and two inches in height, and weighed 250 pounds; he had no inclination to embonpoint but was muscular and robust.
His figure inclined to embonpoint; his short limbs accentuated this inclination.
Even Falstaff would be inclined to embonpoint if he were alive, in these days of Gallic supremacy.
She is tall and inclined to embonpoint; her age fifty-three.
American women-bathers with an inclination to embonpoint, it is stated, have taken to painting dimples on their knees.
She was a rather short woman, inclined to embonpoint, with deep breasts.

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