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  • Sometimes Sir Robert Fairlamb came down to beam and gurgle and offer his aid…… Lady Fairlamb had been injected first of all, and next to her a tattered kitchen wench, profuse with Hallelujah’s.
  • He who had never been unctuous was profuse and hearty as he urged her, "Been home all day?
  • It made him feel the more ridiculous that they who presumably wished to listen to him should not be aware of him, and that the usher, profusely shaking hands at the Byzantine portal, should bluster, "You’ll find plenty room right up the side aisles, young man.

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  • It grows profusely in this area.
  • She expressed profuse gratitude.

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