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All who did not accept the Christian faith were sweepingly denounced as infidels and therefore hors de la loi.
Leonardo rather too sweepingly ignores the fact that there were a few excellent masters between the two.
THE STORY OF FLORENCEEDMUND G. GARDNER
“All right, all right,” agreed Blatch in some haste, finding the battle to go thus sweepingly against him.
Uchimura asserted sweepingly that "morality in the Anglo-Saxon sense is not found in Japan."
THE FOUNDATIONS OF JAPANJ.W. ROBERTSON SCOTT
As the wind sweepingly rushes to a howling apex so came the propulsive crash of the climax.
MELOMANIACSJAMES HUNEKER
Renan, disposing sweepingly of a great question, declares that the Jewish monotheism excluded any true theology.
More sweepingly than the English proverb, "Honesty is the best policy," he demonstrates that honesty is better than policy.
"Because they are in love with him—all of them," replied Manuel, sweepingly.
THE PRETTY SISTER OF JOSFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Their wings spread across the paper, wider and more sweepingly.
THE NEST BUILDERBEATRICE FORBES-ROBERTSON HALE
The assertion is not quite easy to prove however, and has been put forward too sweepingly.
VILLAINAGE IN ENGLANDPAUL VINOGRADOFF

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