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It was a room without beauty, merely walls, repapered once every twenty years, and furniture of the mid-Victorian era.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
Now death by the mid-Victorian was considered almost as undesirable an element in society as sex itself.
THE LETTERS OF AMBROSE BIERCEAMBROSE BIERCE
But to Bierce's mind, "noble and nude and antique," this mid-Victorian draping and bedecking of "unpleasant truths" was abhorrent.
THE LETTERS OF AMBROSE BIERCEAMBROSE BIERCE
Bad puns were evidently common on the stage before the days of Victorian burlesque.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS
Before morning the Victorian would be running up the St. Lawrence.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
"The first time since we were kiddies on the Victorian, sweetheart," he told her.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
A natural human reaction, this, against the excessive sentimentalism of the Victorian era!
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
The order went forth that "no more coal ships owned by the Victorian steamship owners be loaded."
THIRTY YEARS IN AUSTRALIAADA CAMBRIDGE
The time between this period and that of the Victorian Age should have several meetings.
THE COMPLETE CLUB BOOK FOR WOMENCAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
Its an almost perfect Georgian house and theyve got a lot of dreadful Victorian furniture.
THE CIRCLEW. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
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WORDS RELATED TO VICTORIAN

  • Victorian
  • epicene
  • fastidious
  • finicky
  • genteel
  • goody-goody
  • goody-two-shoes
  • overnice
  • pansified
  • persnickety
  • picky
  • precious
  • prim
  • prim and proper
  • prudish
  • puritanical
  • sissified
  • sissy
  • squeamish
  • stickling
  • strait-laced
  • stuffy
  • tight-laced
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