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  • The debilitated cousin supposes he is " ’normously rich fler."
  • ’The debilitated cousin holds that it’s sort of thing that’s sure tapn slongs votes—giv’n—Mob.
  • Debilitated cousin thinks—country’s going— Dayvle—steeple-chase pace.
  • The majority incline to the debilitated cousin’s sentiment, which is in few words—"no business—Rouncewell’s fernal townsman."
  • Lady Dedlock asks on sitting down to dinner, still deadly pale (and quite an illustration of the debilitated cousin’s text), whether he is gone out?
  • The debilitated cousin (much exhausted by the funeral) and Volumnia are in attendance.
  • The debilitated cousin only hopes some fler’ll be executed—zample.
  • The debilitated cousin says of her that she’s beauty nough—tsetup shopofwomen—but rather larming kind—remindingmanfact—inconvenient woman—who WILL getoutofbedandbawthstahlishment—Shakespeare.
  • A bow of homage to Sir Leicester, a bow of gallantry to Volumnia, and a bow of recognition to the debilitated Cousin, to whom it airily says, "You are a swell about town, and you know me, and I know you."
  • "I have had the honour of being employed in high families before, and you have no idea—come, I’ll go so far as to say not even YOU have any idea, sir," this to the debilitated cousin, "what games goes on!"
  • The debilitated cousin, more debilitated by the dreariness of the place, gets into a fearful state of depression, groaning under penitential sofa-pillows in his gunless hours and protesting that such fernal old jail’s—nough t’sew fler up—frever.
  • The debilitated cousin, more debilitated by the dreariness of the place, gets into a fearful state of depression, groaning under penitential sofa-pillows in his gunless hours and protesting that such fernal old jail’s—nough t’sew fler up—frever.
  • Sir Leicester Dedlock attends the ceremony in person; strictly speaking, there are only three other human followers, that is to say, Lord Doodle, William Buffy, and the debilitated cousin (thrown in as a make-weight), but the amount of inconsolable carriages is immense.

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  • She suffers from debilitating migraine headaches.
  • The policy, if enacted, will damage and debilitate the economy.

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