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In the primest condition of his fur he neither keeps nor puts money in your pocket now.
An enormous piece of raw mutton, as I thought it was; but Mrs. Stokes said it was the primest haunch of venison that ever she saw.
THE HISTORY OF SAMUEL TITMARSHWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
With a different kind of food at each meal, and all of the primest quality, we ought to grow fat.
I never could remember that these little spurts of rage were the primest fun for my people.
TENTING ON THE PLAINSELIZABETH B. CUSTER
He recollects the quartern loaf at 2¼d., primest meat at 1d.
Suppose I start off now, sir, and mark down one or two of the primest.
THE YEOMAN ADVENTURERGEORGE W. GOUGH
Gas and ventilation, drainage and water-service, all of the primest quality.
HARD TIMESCHARLES DICKENS
This is considered the primest piece for roasting; also makes the finest steaks.
They found King Arthur in his flowery mead with five-and-twenty of his primest knights.
As Major Morris declared, ‘It was the primest place to catch a fever in’ he had ever seen.
THE CAMPAIGN OF THE JUNGLEEDWARD STRATEMEYER

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