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The frightened maid ceased to scold in her polyglot way and grew coherent.
A sweet polyglot, but hurrying; it has the notes of many birds.
He calls this a humble tribute to the geniality of the English summer, and thinks that he may be termed a polyglot ablutionist.
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At this time the cars, always polyglot, are filled with shop-hands and workers, and no English at all is heard.
On nearing The Bow the confusion ceased; the polyglot sounds were distinguishable only as a murmur.
FLAMSTED QUARRIESMARY E. WALLER
Thus began my friendship with Mr. Samuel Bagster of famous Polyglot memory.
Polyglot, pol′i-glot, adj. having or containing many languages.
Despite this polyglot commingling of types the British influence is upon everything.
To know as many languages as a serpent is the ne plus ultra of polyglot erudition.
Too restricted to absorb the constant influx of foreign elements, the inhabitants tend to become a highly mixed, polyglot breed.

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