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atrocious
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The Mill on the Floss
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  • She was not scrubbing indiscriminately, for there would be further dirt of the same atrocious kind made by people who had still to fetch away their purchases; but she was bent on bringing the parlor, where that "pipe-smoking pig," the bailiff, had sat, to such an appearance of scant comfort as could be given to it by cleanliness and the few articles of furniture bought in for the family.

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  • She was alarmed by his atrocious behavior.
  • Murder is an atrocious crime.

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