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Consequently the horrified spectators, having for a moment looked on aghast, fled precipitately from the room.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
George Warren turned away precipitately, and, taking a fishing-reel from his pocket, dropped a line over the side of the wharf.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH
At last, seized with despair, the enemy fled precipitately, and were pursued by the Griquas for about eight miles.
ROBERT MOFFATDAVID J. DEANE
David and Frederick descended precipitately, and found Madame Bastien in the library.
At the noise of the scuffle, OLeary and the others came precipitately in from the studio, believing that another assault was on.
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Dunwoodie started; and, forgetting everything but the duties of a soldier, he precipitately left the house.
THE SPYJ. FENIMORE COOPER
And, without another word, the discomfited poet precipitately retired, leaving his cherished sticks behind him.
The aged Saracen exchanged a few words with his wife and both stepped out precipitately.
We, who judge Chopin by his best works, are apt to condemn too precipitately the adverse critics of his early compositions.
There was silence for a few seconds and then the child descended precipitately.

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