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It may be rude to say that all this was all a trick, but pardonable, perhaps, to say it looks very like trickery.
It was pardonable for a moment to imagine myself in command of a magnificent park of artillery.
But that gross way of two comparatives was then ordinary; and, therefore, more pardonable in Jonson.
The result was the state of things described with only pardonable exaggeration in Edmond About's amusing Roi de la montagne.
The quartermaster, not without pardonable pride, took me over the stores in which the men's kits are prepared.
I remember a story about Grard, which my mother used to tell with pardonable pride.
She smiled in retrospect; it would have been pardonable if Neeld had smiled too.
TRISTRAM OF BLENTANTHONY HOPE
"Then come into my cabin again," said the Princess with pardonable asperity.
THE GHOST BREAKERCHARLES GODDARD
She had heard so much newspaper slang that her lapse from the grammatical standard was perhaps pardonable.
THE WHITE SHIELDMYRTLE REED
Hardly a young girl who does not take a pardonable interest in a beauty 180 contest.

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