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stifle
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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde - (13 chapter version)
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  • The air is stifling here.
  • With a stifled sob he leaped from the couch, and, rushing over to Hallward, tore the knife out of his hand, and flung it to the end of the studio.
  • There was a stifled groan, and the horrible sound of some one choking with blood.
  • Finally he murmured, in a stifled voice, "Harry, did you say an inquest?

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