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The Fountainhead
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  • He forgot to control it while his eyebrows moved into a frown of disappointment; the frown and the smile remained ludicrously together for a moment.
  • By creating the contrast it will have made itself a part of the great ineptitude, its most ludicrous part.
  • There would have been no harm, if the ludicrous had not become the tragic—and the fraudulent.
  • It was too much; it seemed too ludicrous to be part of this moment’s contest between them.
  • In the ludicrous folds of the pyjamas, with dark cloth bulging over a belt wound tightly, with sleeves hanging over her fingertips, she had all the poised elegance she displayed in her best hostess gown.

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  • Though she was serious, her suggestion was so ludicrous, I couldn’t suppress a laugh.
  • In Zimbabwe inflation reached the ludicrous level of 231 million per cent.

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