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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

She completely abandoned her Tuesdays at home, and did not return the visits of those who had called upon her.
Five ducats for Shrove Tuesday, and a Holophernes to be visibly beheaded—in a most illustrious convent, too.
It was on Shrove-Tuesday, after dark, that their attention was roused by a strange, crackling noise.
Our custom of eating pancakes on Shrove-Tuesday, was probably borrowed from the Greek church.
I'd heard sirens like these before -- they test the civil defense sirens at noon on Tuesdays.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
Which, accordingly providing, prepared his company for that journey, entering it upon Shrove-Tuesday (3rd February).
They count their Tuesdays and Wednesdays with calculation as work-days, which should be childishly wind-sweptly free.
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
Give me a little shrove-money for our tom-cat, Sir Grandee; he stole a leg of veal from the butcher yesterday.
Finally, it was settled that it should be celebrated on Shrove Tuesday.
A BOOK OF GHOSTSSABINE BARING-GOULD
"My aunt is always at home on Tuesdays—I hope you will come to see us," responded May, grateful for his manifest sympathy.

WORD OF THE DAY

propinquitynoun | [proh-ping-kwi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION
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