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She thought it would be treating it too shabbily to throw it aside among the love-sick trash she was in the habit of receiving.
RUTH HALLFANNY FERN
On the street he met many individuals most shabbily clad, who offered him fifty louis in gold for twelve sous.
He was a working man shabbily clothed, and wearing a dingy brown ulster and slouch hat.
A little mean-looking man, shabbily dressed in something of the same costume, trotted humbly along on the off-side.
Shabbily dressed men, with exaltation in their faces, and women of all ages and types, uniform only in their costumes.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
The nests are generally very shabbily built and so nearly flat on top that the eggs will frequently roll out.
WESTERN BIRD GUIDECHESTER A. (CHESTER ALBERT) REED, HARRY F. HARVEY, AND REX I. BRASHER
Being very shabbily treated by the King of Portugal, he enlisted under the banner of Spain, where his talents found recognition.
THE SPANISH PIONEERSCHARLES F. LUMMIS
Therefore, when they are paid for their last trip, and spend the money foolishly, they are ill-shod and shabbily dressed.
BEGGARSW. H. (WILLIAM HENRY) DAVIES
A shabbily-genteel individual, with a red nose and an old high hat, was sipping a quiet glass of ale alone at one end of the bar.
SISTER CARRIETHEODORE DREISER
I trust I need not fear your misconstruing me, and supposing I can be advising you, either to be roguish, or shabbily reserved.

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