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gratuitous
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David Copperfield
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  • My private opinion is, that this was entirely a gratuitous assumption, and that Pidger was altogether innocent of any such sentiments — to which he had never given any sort of expression that I could ever hear of.

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  • She is known for distributing gratuitous insults.
  • a gratuitous assumption

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