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  • The belligerent Martin who had carried off Leora had not thought about romance, because in his clumsy way he had been romantic.
  • And the most belligerent of all, Miss Pearl Robbins, she who at tea heroically slaughtered not only German men but all their women and viperine children, was wickedly unrecognized and had to make up a uniform for herself.
  • It happened after a party which lasted till two, when Mrs. Schlemihl had worn the new frock from Lucile’s and Jack Brundidge (by day vice-president and sales-manager of the Maize Mealies Company) had danced what he belligerently asserted to be a Finnish polka, that when Martin and Leora were driving home in a borrowed Health Department car he snarled, "Lee, why can’t you ever take any trouble with what you wear?

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  • She spoke to her teacher in a belligerent tone and was sent to the office.
  • She likes to start belligerent political arguments to get people to lose their cool.

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