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Courthorne's land was mine to all intents and purposes before it was his, and now it reverts to me.WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
To all intents and appearances, Roderick Hoff had dropped off the earth on or about April twelfth.AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
The Chinese quarter is to all intents and purposes a Chinese city.AS A CHINAMAN SAW USANONYMOUS
They call these great creatures eagle-hawks, but they are wholly eagles, to all intents and purposes.THIRTY YEARS IN AUSTRALIAADA CAMBRIDGE
It is a story to all intents and purposes without a woman in it: or, if that is saying too much, certainly without a heroine.COROTSIDNEY ALLNUTT
To all intents and purposes the powers of the Chamberlain are exercised by a gentleman who is styled the Examiner of Plays.THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
To all intents and purposes the life of the boys had been that of brothers, while that of their fathers had been much the same.CROWN AND SCEPTREGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
Thomas Sims was declared "a chattel personal to all intents, uses, and purposes whatsoever."THE TRIAL OF THEODORE PARKERTHEODORE PARKER
Had that control been from within, the Negro would have been reenslaved, to all intents and purposes.THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY, 1995, MEMORIAL ISSUEVARIOUS
They come:—assist me In these my undertakings, Love's great patron, As my intents are honest!THE PLAYS OF PHILIP MASSINGERPHILIP MASSINGER

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dissilientadjective | [dih-sil-ee-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION