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There was nothing to distract him from the sordidness of the bickering household in George Street.
Nor was the dainty neatness less remote from the cracked delf and huddled sordidness of his old home.
HYACINTHGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
It is an object not a little surprising to see mud and marble, state and sordidness, so mingled together.
She saw simply a chance of a change, an escape from the monotony and sordidness of her present life.
THE CARROLL GIRLSMABEL QUILLER-COUCH
The sordidness of life, and the meanness of human nature, pressed around her.
POPPYCYNTHIA STOCKLEY
The saddest feature of the South African episode was its sordidness.
CECIL RHODESPRINCESS CATHERINE RADZIWILL
If the main point was violence or sordidness or baseness, he saw the characteristics which relieved and partially redeemed it.
THE GREAT GOD SUCCESSJOHN GRAHAM (DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS)
Then the sordidness of the world lies far beneath you and your great democracy is truly come—the democracy of Nature.
That life of sordidness and ignominy was left behind, the unclean spirit exorcised and cast forth!
LAFCADIO HEARNNINA H. KENNARD
On the futility of bookish learning, the ugliness and sordidness of town life, he is always discoursing.

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