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precise
used in The Princess Bride

11 uses
  • Inigo knew precisely where the beginning was.
    p. 223.2
  • More precisely, ulcers existed, people had them, but they weren't called "ulcers."
    p. 40.0
  • And the precise rating of kisses is a terribly difficult thing, often leading to great controversy, because although everyone agrees with the formula of affection times purity times intensity times duration, no one has ever been completely satisfied with how much weight each element should receive.
    p. 65.1
  • Which is precisely what they became.
    p. 141.9
  • We both drink, need I add, and swallow, naturally, at precisely the same time.
    p. 176.7
  • "Would be that whoever fell here, ran off there," and he pointed one way, "and that whoever was the victor ran off along the mountain path in almost precisely the opposite direction.
    p. 190.5
  • Precisely so.
    p. 192.7
  • However, it should be noted, in fairness to all, that (1) he did weep; (2) her eyes did not remain precisely dry; (3) there was more than one embrace; and (4) both parties admitted that, without any qualifications whatsoever, they were more than a little glad to see each other.
    p. 196.1
  • Her foot, more precisely, and pulled it to him and then his arm was around her perfect waist and he began to kick, kick with any strength left, needing now to rise the few yards to the end of the vine.
    p. 206.2
  • The albino's medical ministrations had been precise, and his shoulder was fine again; the food the albino brought had always been hot and nourishing, the wine and brandy wonderfully warming against the dankness of the underground cage.
    p. 245.9
  • They both taste good is the only thing that really matters, I guess, and so does Morgenstern, and we'll pick it up again later, thirteen hours later, to be precise, four in the afternoon, two hours before the wedding.
    p. 321.2

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