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Gone with the Wind
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  • With panic in her heart, Scarlett did not know whether to tell Melanie of Rhett’s words and have the dubious comfort of her misery or keep it to herself.
  • What did the past matter compared with the tense present and the dubious future?
  • They do me the dubious honor of thinking me almost one of them because they know my—shall we call it my ’unpopularity’?—among my townsmen.
  • They all made their money speculating in food like your loving husband or out of dubious government contracts or in shady ways that won’t bear investigation.
  • He avoided his dubious cronies and was seen no more in the company of Yankee officers, Scallawags and Republicans.
  • Sometimes he listened with dignified interest to details of her businesses, nodding approval at her sagacity, and at other times he called her somewhat dubious tradings scavenging, highway robbery and extortion.

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  • She was dubious, but agreed to come with us anyway.
  • She has a dubious reputation. I wouldn’t count on her.

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