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Its proprietor said what he could in extenuation of its maladroitness.

If he had planned a campaign of maladroitness he could not have more happily fulfilled his object.

His good-natured smile at my maladroitness I treasured up as a deadly wrong.

Bartrow saw the plea and the pathos of it, and added one more to the innumerable contemnings of his own maladroitness.

This being the case, Lucilla's good humour was perfectly restored, and she had forgiven Tom his maladroitness.

These struggles of Jean Christophe continue throughout the years, for his maladroitness is no less conspicuous than his strength.

Ricasoli had been driven from office by his own maladroitness and Garibaldi's wild, aimless opposition.

There was one old hunter in the stables who loyally carried the young man without taking advantage of his maladroitness.

But it was too late now to engage in the struggle, and the minority was to expiate its doctrinairism and maladroitness.

Besides, she was rather ashamed of her maladroitness in mistaking Lord Chilminster for a common motor-man.

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