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- "Nothing, Jean Louise," she said, in stately largo, "the cooks and field hands are just dissatisfied, but they're settling down now—they grumbled all next day after that trial."p. 310.5
largo = slow and dignified manner
There are no more uses of "largo" in To Kill a Mockingbird.
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