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  • If a dread of not being understood be hidden in the breasts of other young people to anything like the extent to which it used to be hidden in mine,—which I consider probable, as I have no particular reason to suspect myself of having been a monstrosity,— it is the key to many reservations.

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  • The tax system is a monstrosity.
  • He was not merely a big snake, I thought—he was a circus monstrosity.
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