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used in Gone with the Wind

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actions that are exceptionally bad or cruel
  • Suppose the Yankees should capture the train on which Wade and Prissy were riding—Scarlett and Melanie turned pale at the thought, for everyone knew that Yankee atrocities on helpless children were even more dreadful than on women.
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