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To wear it makes me languid and frenzied and worn—full of wild goaded saneness and the wish to go violently mad.
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
That identity which is termed personal, Mr. Locke, I think, truly defines to consist in the saneness of rational being.
The real grain of saneness left in young Garron was his inborn love of a gun.
A VILLAGE OF VAGABONDSF. BERKELEY SMITH
The comprehensiveness and symmetry, the saneness and dignity of the Book of Common Prayer are educative forces of enormous value.
WITH GOD IN THE WORLDCHARLES H. BRENT
He vindicated the saneness of the bath as well as he was able, showing himself at least a good reader of music.
The wild piquance of being myself—who but for extreme saneness would be mad—rises up and smashes that concept.
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
But at the sound of the Bishop's voice, for a moment there flashed into his eyes almost the saneness of returned reason.
THE BISHOP OF COTTONTOWNJOHN TROTWOOD MOORE
If the paper cares to discuss their truth or saneness, it will entrust that matter to the editorial writers.
NEWS WRITINGM. LYLE SPENCER
Their acid sweetness, their fragrant saneness, were what his poor sick body craved.
BANNERTAILERNEST THOMPSON SETON
In all this, it has displayed a saneness, in spite of its revolutionary traditions and anarchistic blood.

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