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In other words, he puts it off until he is forced to do it, willy-nilly.
In the meantime here are six heathen alive and well, or at any rate well enough to support, willy-nilly, the rite of holy baptism.
Gelsomino joins them, willy-nilly; for they fetch him there, because Clown has a joke to tell.
THE HARLEQUINADEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
Scuffy simply and promptly assumed a place in camp and Bucks became, willy-nilly, his sponsor.
THE MOUNTAIN DIVIDEFRANK H. SPEARMAN
At Jamestown, willy-nilly, the old Governor was forced to promise reforms.
Human equations, human elements would shake themselves down into place, willy-nilly.
THE COVERED WAGONEMERSON HOUGH
It is a part of Serbia, willy-nilly and it will continue to be so.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
Gerard turned pale at this, and his father went on to say, "and a priest you shall be before this year is out, willy-nilly."
For a day—yes; but at night, willy-nilly, she lifts the latch, and cool and tall walks in.
DOCTOR CUPIDRHODA BROUGHTON
A stunned realization burst on me of the line that she was taking, the position into which, willy-nilly, she was crowding me.
THE FIREFLY OF FRANCEMARION POLK ANGELLOTTI

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