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Such unromantic literature as Acts of Parliament had not, it may be supposed, up to this, formed part of my mental pabulum.
An odd and somewhat unromantic name, but very significant of the circumstances under which she was found.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
Our forebears travelled the roads from necessity, and saw nothing save unromantic discomforts in their journeyings to and fro.
For the rest, the “Dolphin” is a singularly dull and unromantic-looking house, painted a leaden hue.
Truly a very pretty modern ballad to be sung in these unromantic, degenerate days!
The really absorbing things are questions of material welfare—sordid, physical, unromantic details, which touch you at every turn.
And so the coming declaration of love is effectually nipped in the bud by the unromantic realities of the present catarrh.
I think such situations would never arise if parents weren't so painfully unromantic.
THE TITLEARNOLD BENNETT
Much could be said of the love of fire which has not yet surrendered all of its charm for even the most unromantic adult.
The unromantic fact is that Lady Heron deceived neither her husband nor his captor.

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