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used in Of Human Bondage

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very bad
  • Mrs. Otter hesitated to translate, and Miss Price repeat ed in execrable French.
    43-44 — Chapters 43-44 (25% in)
  • Philip had found nothing wrong with the food at all, and in fact had eaten it in large quantities with appetite and enjoyment, but he did not want to show himself a person of so little discrimination as to think a dinner good which another thought execrable.
    25-26 — Chapters 25-26 (47% in)
  • Philip's knowledge of the language was small, but he knew enough to tell that Cronshaw, although he had lived in Paris for several years, spoke French execrably.
    41-42 — Chapters 41-42 (74% in)
  • They are not doing well; the only people who come are a few trollops and one or two waiters out of a job; they are giving up business, and the food is execrable.
    81-82 — Chapters 81-82 (82% in)

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