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I began to yawn, behind the organ, over the growing staleness of life in a sailors' mission.
TRAMPING ON LIFEHARRY KEMP
Its staleness is not dire to him; but negativeness is not good, and Cruikshank helps the commonplace to be his friend.
GEORGE CRUIKSHANKW. H. CHESSON
It prevented staleness; and staleness was the great danger that all outhouse sides had to face.
THE LOOM OF YOUTHALEC WAUGH
The drawing-room expected to be the dining-room also, and faintly breathed the staleness of the meals served in it.
LONDON FILMSWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
There was a general odor of decaying fruit and fish, a smell of staleness and putridity.
THE CRUISE OF THE DAZZLERJACK LONDON
I know several cases where a change would be all for the better, but in your case there wasn't a trace of staleness.
THE CATHEDRALSIR HUGH WALPOLE
For the last two or three days the colt had been off his feed, and Raffle thought he was developing symptoms of staleness.
HARD PRESSEDFRED M. WHITE
I ascribe the staleness of American poetry to the griddle-cakes of our Puritan ancestors.
THE HOUSE OF THE VAMPIREGEORGE SYLVESTER VIERECK
The ability to recognize the earliest signs of staleness is of the utmost importance.
THE HOME MEDICAL LIBRARY, VOLUME V (OF VI)VARIOUS
Green vegetables should have a fresh, unwilted appearance; any sign of staleness or decay should cause their rejection.
THE HOME MEDICAL LIBRARY, VOLUME V (OF VI)VARIOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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