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It was rank mean-spiritedness in me not to go through thick and thin, through flood and fire, for Mad.
He, however, has moments of very low-spiritedness, and becomes almost despondent in the moods.
OSCAR WILDELEONARD CRESSWELL INGLEBY
Much praise is due the enterprising publisher for his liberality and public-spiritedness.
Aunt Adeline has had her fit of low-spiritedness, now her own energetic self asserts itself.
The General modestly furnished an instance or two of her spiritedness.
We are indebted for the book to the public spiritedness of an Indian army officer.
Nowhere else have I been sensible of such a feeling of united public-spiritedness as obtains here.
THE NEW NORTHAGNES DEANS CAMERON
Her two poor little charges learned the few things she could teach them, and their meek spiritedness gave her but little trouble.
HIS GRACE OF OSMONDEFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
During her spells of low-spiritedness, the only one who could sympathize with her was Mrs. St. James.
The crowning glory of a nation is the independence and the spiritedness of its labor.

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