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used in The Princess Bride

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a statement that makes something seem less important or extreme than it is
  • And then maybe you drop by, and it was probably all very English and understated in those days, and you're Browning and you chitchat around a bit, before you drop the bi ggie: 'Oh, by the way, any notions yet on how my poems might be doing?'
    p. 224.3

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