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  • Have you ever been there?" she asked; and as he remained sullenly dumb she went on: "I know so many who’ve tried to find it; and, believe me, they all got out by mistake at wayside stations: at places like Boulogne, or Pisa, or Monte Carlo—and it wasn’t at all different from the old world they’d left, but only rather smaller and dingier and more promiscuous."

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  • She has a reputation as a promiscuous party girl.
  • He acquired genital herpes during a period of promiscuity in his youth.

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