Kennicott smoked a pipe while she leaned back in the buggy and let her tired spirit be absorbed in the Nirvana of the incomparable sky.
The backs of the chief establishments in town surrounded a quadrangle neglected, dirty, and incomparably dismal.
Her bonnet was awry; she was incomparably dowdy.
She fancied that Kennicott was the only person in town who did not know all—know incomparably more than there was to know—about herself and Erik.
…library, in its neat and commodious building, were celebrated throughout the state; that the Gopher Prairie mills made the best flour in the country; that the surrounding farm lands were renowned, where’er men ate bread and butter, for their incomparable No. 1 Hard Wheat and Holstein-Friesian cattle; and that the stores in Gopher Prairie compared favorably with Minneapolis and Chicago in their abundance of luxuries and necessities and the ever-courteous attention of the skilled clerks.
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