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turbulent
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • God, have mercy upon all of them, have all these unhappy and turbulent souls in Thy keeping, and set them in the right path.
  • They will marvel at us and will be awe-stricken before us, and will be proud at our being so powerful and clever, that we have been able to subdue such a turbulent flock of thousands of millions.
  • The prisoner, a man of turbulent and unbridled temper, has not insulted me.
  • The prisoner is of turbulent and violent temper.
  • That lady, who had long watched his career with compassion, gave him the most judicious advice, to give up his dissipated life, his unseemly love-affair, the waste of his youth and vigor in pot-house debauchery, and to set off to Siberia to the gold-mines: ’that would be an outlet for your turbulent energies, your romantic character, your thirst for adventure.’

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