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The House of Mirth
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  • But the reward itself seemed unpalatable just then: she could get no zest from the thought of victory.
  • His own taste was in the line of less solid and more highly-seasoned diet; but hunger makes any fare palatable, and there had been times when Mr. Stepney had been reduced to a crust.
  • She did not mean to pamper herself any longer, to go without food because her surroundings made it unpalatable.

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  • a palatable solution to the problem

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