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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Rain storms, hot winds, sweltering intervals of intolerable heat—these were vagaries of nature and might be endured.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
Even to those who have not faith, the victories of God's truth over the vagaries of men is an earnest of future triumph.
In fact (smiles slightly) Council has not been idle in its own pursuit of Mr. Beardsley's vagaries!
And Jaffery especially found perpetual enjoyment in the vagaries of Liosha.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
With all my vagaries, my uncertain emotions, I didn't want just the excitement of an affair, an amorous adventure.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
We will not weary you with—er—er—history, or the vagaries of youth.
Branwell had fits of passion, too, the repetition of his father's vagaries.
EMILY BRONTA. MARY F. (AGNES MARY FRANCES) ROBINSON
I hope there are no vagaries to be hated in me, Mrs Baggett.
AN OLD MAN'S LOVEANTHONY TROLLOPE
He sighed deeply as he meditated upon the vagaries of the feminine mind.
MR. OPPALICE HEGAN RICE
That the church does not conform to all the theories—not to say vagaries and fads—of to-day is no discredit.

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