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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Drunk, if you like; so much the worse for those who fear wine, for it is because they have bad thoughts which they are afraid the liquor will extract from their hearts;" and Caderousse began to sing the two last lines of a song very popular at the time,— ’Tous les mechants sont beuveurs d’eau; C’est bien prouve par le deluge.’
  • Oh, curses, woe, death to you!" and he tried to follow Monte Cristo; but as though in a dream he was transfixed to the spot,—his eyes glared as though they were starting through the sockets; he griped the flesh on his chest until his nails were stained with blood; the veins of his temples swelled and boiled as though they would burst their narrow boundary, and deluge his brain with living fire.

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  • In one week, we went from drought to deluge.
  • The White House was deluged with complaints.

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