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Or perhaps, preferably, a sullen submission, reluctant charms; far more marrowy.
“Curds and whey” might suit Euripides, the Apologist must have marrowy wine.
The coloured mixture must be finally triturated with a few drops of olive-oil, in order to make it smooth and marrowy.
The pine nut has a rich, marrowy kernel in a shell that varies in thickness from that of a chestnut to that of a hazel-nut.
"I have paid for it," looking him steadily in the eye, some unexpected manliness rising up, making his tone bitter and marrowy.
And now I educate him to manliness, training him on great joints, shoulders, and marrowy portions.
The filling inside his knee joints turned to a marrowy jelly.
The marrowy vigor in his mind it is that lends such expressiveness, such nimbleness, such accent to his sentences, to his style.
ESSAYS STHETICALGEORGE CALVERT
Their flesh is soft, loose, marrowy, very fine-grained and of a snow-white color.
BRITISH POMOLOGYROBERT HOGG
So far from being soon out of season, it retains its tender and marrowy character longer than many other varieties.

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