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And indeed it is only those hypocrites who have ever twaddled thus.
On the other hand, there are French books of travel as dull and sententious as those of any Teuton who ever twaddled.
An occasion for twaddling had come, and this good soul seized it and twaddled into a man's ear who was fainting on the rack.
And so they all twaddled away in chorus, each about his own troubles.
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They had twaddled and stormed about his immorality, but his praise of Napoleon sent them into diabolic frenzy.

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