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Animals attacked with this disease are generally in a plethoric condition.

My mate that year was a stout and very short, plethoric person.

“Turn out of that, you lazy lump of plethoric somnolescence,” whack!

The passenger, who was a plethoric, sanguineous man, felt as if he were stifling.

This keeper was a plethoric, heavy-eyed man, dull and sleepy.

Peter was pinguid, plump, and plethoric—she was thin to attenuation.

The occasional use of these medicines seldom fails to prove highly beneficial to the plethoric, bilious, and dyspeptic.

Robust, plethoric persons, with short thick necks, are universally accounted the most liable to apoplexy.

Emetics should be avoided in plethoric habits, in hernia, pregnancy, and whenever visceral inflammation is suspected.

Oblige me, sir, by guarding this plethoric napkin of sandwiches!

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