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The confidential clerk rubbed his high, pale forehead indeterminately.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
The word man was also used indeterminately in the Old English, although it is not so used in the Modern.
Rather, the smell of the place urges me indeterminately, diffusedly, to truantry.
JOURNEYS TO BAGDADCHARLES S. BROOKS
The tracks turned abruptly north, winding indeterminately as if no special object had been in view.
TROPIC DAYSE. J. BANFIELD
When he touched her wing, she gasped and shivered, indeterminately between erotic and outraged.
This word, so far as it relates to flowers, means those variegated with three or more colours irregularly and indeterminately.
The word is used indeterminately, and its popular meaning has not been defined.
The hair was indeterminately reddish and gray and his eyes were the color of steel.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
Versicolored: with several colors, indeterminately restricted.

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