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I must not say David: he, to be sure, is far above any such puerility.
A long pinafore, and a child's cap, are employed to carry out the theory of his puerility.
The habits and dress of the people have always been primitive, and their laws simple to puerility.
ALONZO FITZ AND OTHER STORIESMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
And we bolster up our satisfaction by pointing to some mistake of logic or some puerility of statement.
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
Eternal puerility of penal repressions applied to things of the soul!
And the seeming puerility of this effort to salve the wounds inflicted upon Nature had filled her with pitying contempt.
Criticism is of an abject density and puerility—it doesn't exist—it writes the intellect of our race too low.
When the wilderness came to be settled by white men, courts were feeble to puerility, and every man was a law unto himself.
But, the Sun will shine cheerfully for all the world in spite of puerility.
The manner in which the nature of the distinct and indestructible atom was arrived at, shows the puerility of the theory.

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