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To think of a chap writing such a veiled, ambiguous, absolutely botched sentence, and cooking up such a mess!
He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
But of Van city itself—thanks to its proximity to the frontier—he made rather a botched job.
THE CRADLE OF MANKINDW.A. WIGRAM
That was his chief boast, if boasting it might be called—that he never botched the job.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
This is perfectly true; much as Lnnrot botched and vamped the Finnish lays he made no epic out of them.
HOMER AND HIS AGEANDREW LANG
The top-most bud waits only through the twelve hours of a single day to open.
THE COLLEGE, THE MARKET, AND THE COURTCAROLINE H. DALL
Her father had no son living, therefore she was an only child, and the most-sought-after of any maiden in that band.
RED HUNTERS AND THE ANIMAL PEOPLECHARLES A. EASTMAN
The noblest and most-varied scenery in the north-west Himalaya is in the catchment area of the Jhelam.
THE PANJAB, NORTH-WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE, AND KASHMIRSIR JAMES MCCRONE DOUIE
None of your botched stuff, cotton and wool, trumpery; flimsy rubbish that rips if you look at it.
PARISIANS IN THE COUNTRYHONORE DE BALZAC
The lower screw-plate on the stern post had wrenched out, and we botched it up roughly as a make-shift.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS