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  • Not to wait upon a bride is very remiss.
  • She had been often remiss, her conscience told her so; remiss, perhaps, more in thought than fact; scornful, ungracious.
  • She had been often remiss, her conscience told her so; remiss, perhaps, more in thought than fact; scornful, ungracious.
  • Depend upon it, that was the case: and very likely to happen with the Donwell servants, who are all, I have often observed, extremely awkward and remiss.

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  • I’d be remiss in this overview if I didn’t also mention...
  • It was remiss of you not to pay your bills.

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