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The Microsoft cofounder and cochair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is spending much of his prodigious fortune¹ trying to change the world—by tackling the diseases that hurt the poorest of the poor.
This tribute to their feelings so tickled the women that they set down their tea-cups and laughed prodigiously.
Personally, I enjoyed the frank, untrammelled and prodigiously accomplished scion of a vulgar race.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
Everyone knew that Fugler drank prodigiously; but so had his father and grandfather, and each of them had reached eighty.
WANDERING HEATHSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
It may be prodigiously presumptuous,” he said, “but I am inclined to think there has been a mistake somewhere.
UNVEILING A PARALLELALICE ILGENFRITZ JONES AND ELLA MARCHANT
"They both seemed prodigiously struck with you," said Folsom, in misguided confidence yet pardonable pride.
WARRIOR GAPCHARLES KING
He was prodigiously complimentary about some of my books, & is having Pudd'nhead read to him.
For my old friend will never cure him; he spoils young people prodigiously.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
I took to him very much, I can't say but I did; he was a very good man; he had prodigiously the look of an Englishman.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
Soldiers and generals enriched themselves prodigiously in Asia.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.

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