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lucrative
used in Main Street

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profitable
  • Easy, pleasant, lucrative home-work for wives: asking people to define their jobs.
    Chapter 38 (85% in)
  • She rested then, while Carol looked about the room—the welcome to strangers, the sanctuary of hospitable Main Street, the lucrative property of Kennicott's friend, Jackson Elder.
    Chapter 32 (49% in)
  • Mr. Blausser reared up like an elephant with a camel's neck—red faced, red eyed, heavy fisted, slightly belching—a born leader, divinely intended to be a congressman but deflected to the more lucrative honors of real-estate.
    Chapter 35 (52% in)

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