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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

He sat down on a big packing-case, tucked up his legs under him and pulled silently at the glowing Perfecto.
TAM O' THE SCOOTSEDGAR WALLACE
Anthony Cleigh eyed his perfecto rather ruefully and tiptoed back to the salon.
THE PAGAN MADONNAHAROLD MACGRATH
"Tell us about it, please," chorused the boys, and Mr. Melton smiled at their eagerness as he lit another perfecto.
He viewed the halfburnt perfecto ruefully and filliped it through the window.
THE LURE OF THE MASKHAROLD MACGRATH
Shaw himself set the example by dropping into one of the easy-chairs and lighting a fat Perfecto.
THE GIRL IN THE MIRRORELIZABETH GARVER JORDAN
"I haven't exercised in ten years," said the banker, biting off the end of a Havana Perfecto.
REEL LIFE FILMSSAMUEL KIMBALL MERWIN
A sidelong glance at the perfecto clenched between Farwell's teeth.
DESERT CONQUESTA. M. CHISHOLM
Do you have insomnia, nightmare, loss of appetite, chills and fever and concealed respiration in the Carolina perfecto?
The older man cut off the end of his cigar, rolled the black perfecto between his lips, and lighted it before he replied.
UNDER HANDICAPJACKSON GREGORY
A pint of burgundy and a perfecto if they hale us to jail for it.
THE CARPET FROM BAGDADHAROLD MACGRATH

WORDS RELATED TO PERFECTO

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