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He died before the end of the war which so signally vindicated his wisdom and verified his forecast.

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His own loyalty, and the loyalty of his family, had been signally proved.

The measures adopted were signally successful, both in saving life and in mitigating distress.

And this, we may add, is what Scott in Old Mortality most signally failed to do.

They were secure for the time in a strong position, and had signally whipped off the first assault of the Sioux.

In the next, he and his fellow-Huguenots were incorrigible rebels, with whom every method of conciliation had signally failed.

Barbara turned a little red and tried to look 77 unconcerned, in which she signally failed.

But if he intended the speech to be hailed as a master-stroke of wit, he signally failed, for nobody laughed.

How can that give confidence in the moral, the spiritual, which has so signally failed in the physical?

His reputation for personal courage had been too often tried, and too signally proved to be again put at risk.

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