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The house itself was plain, and both inside and out had a certain aspect of flimsiness.
AMY IN ACADIAHELEN LEAH REED
As a rule, the house is of but one story, and its flimsiness comes from two reasons, both very good ones.
PEEPS AT MANY LANDS: JAPANJOHN FINNEMORE
Bitterly cold weather suddenly arrived, however, which made us aware of the flimsiness of the French huts in which we dwelt.
THE SEVENTH MANCHESTERSS. J. WILSON
You accept proven fact, but are quick to see any flimsiness in basic foundations.
MANUAL OF THE ENUMERATIONC. J. COFFMAN
He exposed the flimsiness of the charges against him, and the gross partiality of the proceedings.
THE STORY OF THE UPPER CANADA REBELLION, VOLUME 1JOHN CHARLES DENT
Summer frocks, in their airy flimsiness and gay colors are ideally fitted for the colorful background of a garden or lawn party.
BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, VOLUME 2LILLIAN EICHLER WATSON
He was learning, it seemed, the 'insolent flimsiness' (as Prudence had it) of all his screens, this among the rest.
THE FURNACEROSE MACAULAY
In order to cast well the line must possess weight; at the same time it must be flexible without flimsiness, and smooth.
FISHING WITH FLOATING FLIESSAMUEL G. CAMP
The succeeding Fragments were to test this liberality and reveal the flimsiness of the stuff of which it was made.
THE UNSEEN WORLD AND OTHER ESSAYSJOHN FISKE
In addition, his challenge rendered still more vivid to her the mere flimsiness of her own aid.
THE SPOILS OF POYNTONHENRY JAMES
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