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They both say that you are looking well, and I suppose I may conclude from that that you are feeling passably.
Aunt: “Camp generally becomes passably comfortable just as one nears the end of the trip.”
POLLY THE PAGANISABEL ANDERSON
She was one of the servants of the inn, and, like most of her class, she was very inquisitive and passably wanton.
Jon saw the fixed object; it had dark eyes and passably dark hair, and changed its position, but never its shape.
It will take England a great while to get over her airs of patronage toward us, or even passably to conceal them.
If not attractive nor passably young, these nomadic spinsters are sure to be exceedingly odd.
However, on the whole, the couple got along passably well—for Karl never took Louise too seriously!
BLOOD AND IRONJOHN HUBERT GREUSEL
Sir, I have a daughter, who is considered passably good-looking by certain appreciative individuals.
Then Gladys played passably well, and he sang a duet with her, in a way that made her feel a little ashamed of her own singing.
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As Manito grows at this Station, its vine characters are all good and the fruit is passably so.

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