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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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invariably
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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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  • Books, also, were recalled and rewritten again and again, and were invariably reissued without any admission that any alteration had been made.
  • It was always at night — the arrests invariably happened at night.
  • You could not invariably assume this to be the case when people were arrested.
  • Parsons did, indeed, invariably revert to shorts when a community hike or any other physical activity gave him an excuse for doing so.
  • The larger evils invariably escaped their notice.
  • The thing you invariably came back to was the impossibility of knowing what life before the Revolution had really been like.
  • But — though this was one of the crimes that the accused in the great purges invariably confessed to — it was difficult to imagine any such thing actually happening.
  • But I am afraid I invariably forget anything of that kind.
  • She took it for granted that he, ’the boy’, should have the biggest portion; but however much she gave him he invariably demanded more.
  • Even the written instructions which Winston received, and which he invariably got rid of as soon as he had dealt with them, never stated or implied that an act of forgery was to be committed: always the reference was to slips, errors, misprints, or misquotations which it was necessary to put right in the interests of accuracy.
  • None of the now-existing adverbs was retained, except for a very few already ending in-wise: the —wise termination was invariable.
  • Comparison of adjectives was invariably made by adding-er,-est (good, gooder, goodest), irregular forms and the more, most formation being suppressed.
  • Almost invariably these words — goodthink, Minipax, prolefeed, sexcrime, joycamp, Ingsoc, bellyfeel, thinkpol, and countless others — were words of two or three syllables, with the stress distributed equally between the first syllable and the last.
  • The name of every organization, or body of people, or doctrine, or country, or institution, or public building, was invariably cut down into the familiar shape; that is, a single easily pronounced word with the smallest number of syllables that would preserve the original derivation.

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  • I tell myself to go to sleep early, but I invariably end up watching television late into the night.
  • You better tell her we’re starting earlier. She’s invariably late.

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