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infernal
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Oliver Twist
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  • A young woman stumbled over a bit last night, and fell against my garden-railings; directly she got up I saw her look towards his infernal red lamp with the pantomime-light.
  • I might have know’d, as nobody but an infernal, rich, plundering, thundering old Jew could afford to throw away any drink but water—and not that, unless he done the River Company every quarter.
  • Mr. Chitling added, with strong marks of irritation, that the new way of fumigating clothes up yonder was infernal unconstitutional, for it burnt holes in them, and there was no remedy against the County.
  • Fire this infernal den!
  • ’Not that infernal hole we were in before,’ she could hear the man say as they went upstairs.

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  • Please stop making that infernal noise!
  • I hate this infernal heat!

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