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The passenger on his right was a girl—red-haired and undeniably attractive.
And this, as possessing measure, must undeniably also be an art and science?
That, Monsieur le Comte, was undeniably the action of a cheat.
Yet the authoress of "Sour Grapes" was undeniably a successful woman.
She was like an opal—all sparkle when you move it, and at rest dull, most undeniably dull.
He was educated, about twenty-four years of age, and undeniably handsome.
The coffee had undeniably an aroma that it had not had of past mornings.
Is it not likely that he would be struck by a notion so undeniably original?
Sure enough, her hair had changed its hue, and was undeniably fuller and younger.
Dr Rider was undeniably nervous and excited about this interview.
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