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essential
used in BoneMan's Daughters

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necessary or important or relating to the basic nature of something
  • Not to mention the well-known fact that Kracker had essentially fed the case to Burt Welsh, whose relationship with him extended all the way back to UT School of Law.
    Chapter 4 (9% in)
  • Actually, Kahlid had used Ted Bundy as an example, not BoneMan, but they were essentially the same, and the use of BoneMan would have far more connection with the district attorney.
    Chapter 12 (81% in)
  • He's essentially playing a game with himself."
    Chapter 21 (67% in)
  • From what she'd seen, humans were essentially troubled.
    Chapter 26 (66% in)

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