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The Silver Chair
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  • There is no true vengeance on a witless brute as there might be on a man.
  • Now you can save me; when this hour has passed, I shall be witless again — the toy and lap-dog, nay, more likely the pawn and tool, of the most devilish sorceress that ever planned the woe of men.

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  • They were yammering away in some language Yetta didn’t recognize, or maybe it wasn’t a language at all, just witless jabbering.
    Margaret Peterson Haddix  --  Uprising
  • Linnie’s witless face and her dropped jaw.
    Anne Tayler  --  A Spool of Blue Thread

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