Antonyms for such such

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I refuse to have further dealings with such—such freaks of nature.

He mayn't always have had to stoop to such—such criminality.

I—I had such—such—a job—to get mother—and—and father to let me come—and—and now!'

I did n't think you capable of such—such weakness and vulgarity.

They are such—such unpleasant things to have to exterminate.

He's such—such a brute that it's as much as one can do to put up with it, and it's been killing me by inches for the last months.

Isn't there some one else, too, who would not like to have you do such—such foolish thing?

I will marry you before Christmas, if you like; but not with such—such indecent haste as you propose.

But don't you think that after parting with you on such—such—inimical terms, there would be a difficulty in resuming relations?

You do not think—it cannot be possible that you think that this poor child has—has formed any such—such monstrous conception?