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  • 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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  • "This hand makes sounds incomparable to anything I’ve ever heard.
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  • A chorus of older women sang a spiritual with voices of ancient, incomparable sorrow.
    Pat Conroy  --  The Water is Wide

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