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exhaustive
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Middlemarch
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  • See," continued the Vicar, opening several small drawers, "I fancy I have made an exhaustive study of the entomology of this district.
  • That little speech of four words, like so many others in all languages, is capable by varied vocal inflections of expressing all states of mind from helpless dimness to exhaustive argumentative perception, from the completest self-devoting fellowship to the most neutral aloofness.

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  • an exhaustive study
  • this opportunity which my exhaustive investigation has shown to be...
    William Faulkner  --  The Sound and the Fury

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