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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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never wrong; or never failing
  • But they liked him, understood him, by some clear and infallible instinct knew that he was not looking down or milking them of whatever he could get but merely bungling: "N'yas-kah-weh-noh-gah-gweh-goh," he would say at the door, and they would answer in ancient Seneca and not laugh in his face, and when his truck mired up to the axles in some yard set deep in the woods they would take off their shirts and come grunt him and hoist him up to hard ground again, and they'd laugh and...
    6 — Esther (10% in)

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