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- Mr. Deane, he considered, was the "knowingest" man of his acquaintance, and he had besides a ready causticity of tongue that made an agreeable supplement to Mr. Tulliver's own tendency that way, which had remained in rather an inarticulate condition.1.7 -- Book 1 Chapter 7 -- Enter the Aunts and Uncles (97% in)
- In very tender years, when he still wore a lace border under his outdoor cap, he was often observed peeping through the bars of a gate and making minatory gestures with his small forefinger while he scolded the sheep with an inarticulate burr, intended to strike terror into their astonished minds; indicating thus early that desire for mastery over the inferior animals, wild and domestic, including cockchafers, neighbors' dogs, and small sisters, which in all ages has been an attribute...1.9 -- Book 1 Chapter 9 -- To Garum Firs (52% in)
- "Goodness gracious!" aunt Pullet exclaimed, after preluding by an inarticulate scream; "keep her at the door, Sally!1.10 -- Book 1 Chapter 10 -- Maggie Behaves Worse Than She Expected (67% in)
- She had never heard that word since the moments in the lane at Basset, when it had come from Stephen again and again, almost as involuntarily as if it had been an inarticulate cry.6.13 -- Book 6 Chapter 13 -- Borne Along by the Tide (34% in)
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