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There was an eighteen-year-old girl in this Butte, as I well remember, with the outward savagery tamed out of her by studiousness.
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His studiousness and tractableness lead to one reward in childhood, though it often costs him dear as a man.
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Evidently smartness and studiousness had nothing to do with it, and Missy felt a pleasurable thrill.
MISSYDANA GATLIN
With this studiousness was joined a gaiety and sprightliness that manifested itself in all sorts of fun and mischief.
Her expression was one of studiousness and consideration; yet the face of James Brownrigg was completely blurred in her vision.
SALLY BISHOPE. TEMPLE THURSTON
At Orleans he continued the same life of rigorous temperance and earnest studiousness for which he was already noted.
But in those days I felt not the slightest sympathy with the distress of disturbed studiousness.
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He appeared to accept Dicks statements as to the latters studiousness and progress but made little comment.
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I must see that he gets out of his studiousness and is clothed in festive mind for this evening.
The orchestration throughout displays Arnold's characteristic studiousness in picturesque effect.

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION