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For him these things were no longer beautiful, nor did he see the sunlight, which with a sudden fitfulness had warmed the air.
MYSTERIOUS MR. SABINE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
He however said he would come again in the morning, as there was a fitfulness in my father's pulse which he did not like.
CYNTHIA WAKEHAM'S MONEYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
He describes him as of small stature, but of sharp and keen wit, with a mind tinged with melancholy and fitfulness.
The fitfulness of the winds had found its way into my feelings, and the somber tone of the clouds into my meditations.
It takes a picture of the energy exerted, and of the regularity or fitfulness of the manner in which energy is exerted.
CIVICS AND HEALTHWILLIAM H. ALLEN
His fitfulness and petulance go far to explain his acts of occasional implacability.
Constant change, whether of ministers or of views or of plans, is in itself fitfulness.
If she was less devout than Henry she had however a larger share of fitfulness than even he.
Her extreme fitfulness had at least one fortunate result—it saved many lives.
There was sometimes a bit of waywardness about Leslie Goldthwaite; there was a fitfulness of frankness and reserve.

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