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"Oh yes, she'll have got out of her hole—she won't have vegetated," Peter concurred.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
For the first time I had a motive for exertion; I no longer vegetated; I had a friend, and my real life commenced from that day.
He vegetated in an office, I believe, and finally got a clerkship in a consulate, and married drearily in China.
Cañizares says the vegetated shore was "east" and the arid shore was "west."
One family stuffed away in the ostensible security of a coal-hole vegetated there all day.
In the winter of adversity he vanished, it is true; but even in vanishing, he vegetated still.
THE CAXTONS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
It vegetated in peace; no noises, no alarms, no lusts, no nonsense.
SOLILOQUIES IN ENGLANDGEORGE SANTAYANA
Meanwhile, the so-called transition Ministry vegetated along until the middle of April.
Only in the East, in the Grecian part of the empire, some commerce still vegetated, but this is outside of the scope of our study.
Here the duke vegetated until the meeting of Parliament, when he went up to London to institute proceedings for a divorce.
THE LOST LADY OF LONEE.D.E.N. SOUTHWORTH

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