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On returning to the dining-room, I perceived that the picture representing Rigoletto, the hunchbacked jester, was no longer there.
CUORE (HEART)EDMONDO DE AMICIS
Hunchbacked, with bloodshot eyes, he made up for his bodily defects by a facetious disposition.
But suppose the ‘fair lady’ should be ugly, hunchbacked, a shrew, or a troublesome coquette.
MAJOR FRANKA. L. G. BOSBOOM-TOUSSAINT
The door was opened by a sickly, hunchbacked lad who begged us to walk in, and who seemed to be quite alone there.
He spoke of the “Gray Streak,” of a hunchbacked Indian, of swift dog teams and of a curious cavern beneath the snow-covered earth.
And the one in Ephesus, a red-beard, hunchbacked and half-blind and even more terrible than the first!
THE CITY OF DELIGHTELIZABETH MILLER
Then he drew back into the room, and a moment later was followed by a hunchbacked man in black, who wore a large sword.
THE DUKE'S MOTTOJUSTIN HUNTLY MCCARTHY
This was not the time to turn aside in a chase for even so desperate a criminal as the hunchbacked greaser.
FRONTIER BOYS ON THE COASTCAPT. WYN ROOSEVELT
Do you chance to know of a small, hunchbacked Mexican who is more or less in this section of the country, Senor?
FRONTIER BOYS ON THE COASTCAPT. WYN ROOSEVELT
Was he to go on like this, growing hunchbacked under a burden that weighed and bowed him down continually?
THE GREAT HUNGERJOHAN BOJER

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