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The farmer and Rhoda, deeming that there had been a show of inhospitality, pressed him to make away with this forlorn remainder.
He swallowed this rough inhospitality, which is the hemlock that poisons country faith.
Here we experienced a degree of inhospitality not met with among the savages.
"And how unjust to pursue this man with such frivolous inhospitality so many years," Vesta exclaimed, her splendid eyes flashing.
THE ENTAILED HATGEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND
All the cats in the vicinity came to call, but Polly was the very spirit of inhospitality.
Alas, alas, as matters were to go, his hospitality or inhospitality would be matter of small moment to them.
Mr. Wakefield complained bitterly of the unkindness and inhospitality of the Liverpool clergy.
And yet one-half Paris looked on and applauded, blaming the King for his inhospitality to this hero of a hundred flights.
THE SPAN O' LIFEWILLIAM MCLENNAN
Instances of inhospitality such as these were rare during the blizzard, and they are worth recording on that account.
They paid no attention to her inhospitality, but drawing their bath robes closer about them, settled down to talk.
JUST PATTYJEAN WEBSTER

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