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Bits of drawing caught his attention, a free, felicitous line here and there evoking an approving grunt.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
There is a pleasant fiction that we have morning excursions, daily; but history records but three such felicitous events.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
"Only at the felicitous ingenuity of your highness's idea," answered the interpreter, pointing to the placard.
In connection with Chopin's production of tone, I must not omit to mention his felicitous utilisation of the loud and soft pedals.
Thus again Washington, with felicitous expression, points a paragraph at the 'chimney-corner heroes.'
Things were in this felicitous condition when, early one beautiful spring morning, Snorro resolved to have a ramble.
Livingstone has proved the truth of this felicitous induction as far as the Zambesi is concerned.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
He is a most capable and felicitous talker-was born for an orator, I think.
The writer has the true poetical feeling, and his execution is often very felicitous, and always creditable.
Their repartees, felicitous propos, and pointed anecdotes are but one rolling fire of falsehoods.

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