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Ludlow's criticism, even when it was harshest, was incentive and inspiration; and her life was blank and dull on the old terms.
THE COAST OF BOHEMIAWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
It had evolved out of a cataclysmic past, but it could not meet the challenge of the harshest environment.
STUDENT BODYFLOYD L. WALLACE
Perhaps the harshest assault on provincial sentiment had been made in summer, when during August Liberty Tree was felled.
THE SIEGE OF BOSTONALLEN FRENCH
Being in a circle of her best friends, which to her meant her keenest rivals and harshest critics, she grew rigid with anger.
A GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOSTGENE STRATTON PORTER
One of the harshest conditions of the conquest of Persia had been at all times a tax called “Jazia.”
LES PARSISD. MENANT
You would bear with lenity from a child many things, for which, in a servant, you can find nothing but the harshest names.
THE CLAIMS OF LABOURARTHUR HELPS
Sir Thomas More was united to a woman of the harshest temper and the most sordid manners.
CURIOSITIES OF LITERATURE, VOL. 1 (OF 3)ISAAC D'ISRAELI
Thus all the characters of life, the harshest contrasts, are jostled together, quelled only by the monastery rules.
MILE VERHAERENSTEFAN ZWEIG
Why is a woman the sternest critic—the harshest judge of her best friends?
A DIPLOMATIC WOMANHUAN MEE
She gave me one look—the wickedest look I ever saw, and burst out laughing—the harshest laugh I ever heard from a woman's lips.
THE QUEEN OF HEARTSWILKIE COLLINS

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