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used in Catch-22

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confidence from wide social experience — typically said of a man
  • He hated the chaplain venomously for being a chaplain and making a coarse blunder out of an observation that in any other circumstances, he knew, would have been considered witty and urbane.
    Chapter 19 — Colonel Cathcart (43% in)
  • He beamed urbanely as he began orienting Colonel Scheisskopf to his new surroundings.
    Chapter 29 — Peckem (14% in)

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