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used in The Princess Bride

14 uses
  • This was in the castle courtyard, and when the Prince appeared, the Count was, as usual, with him, although, not as usual, the Count seemed preoccupied.
    p. 263.8
  • She rushed back to her mirror and spent the morning, and although she managed to convince herself that she was still quite as perfect as ever, there was no question that she was not quite as happy as she had been.
    p. 41.7
  • And he wasn't that much taller than the Count either, although his stomach was flatter, but that was because the farm boy was younger.
    p. 56.3
  • 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. 65.2
  • I spoke to Professor Bongiorno, of Columbia University, the head of their Florinese Department, and he said this was the most deliciously satiric chapter in the entire book, Morgenstern's point, apparently, being simply to show that although Florin considered itself vastly more civilized than Guilder, Guilder was, in fact, the far more sophisticated country, as indicated by the superiority in number and quality of the ladies' clothes.
    p. 84.6
  • Around her now, although it was surely her imagination, she seemed to be hearing the swish of giant tails.
    p. 106.1
  • "Although I die in your hut, and although it is your own stubborn fault that causes my ceasing, in other words, even though you are killing me, don't think twice about it.
    p. 123.9
  • "Although I die in your hut, and although it is your own stubborn fault that causes my ceasing, in other words, even though you are killing me, don't think twice about it.
    p. 123.9
  • It was good practice for him, and although he was the only living wizard in the world with his regular hand, the right, still, he was more than worthy with his left.
    p. 146.5
  • But he decided some things very quickly, because there was no time for long consultations, and what he decided was that although the man in black was slow in reacting to moves behind trees, and not much good at all amidst boulders, when movement was restricted, yet out in the open, where there was space, he was a terror.
    p. 149.3
  • Although, frankly, I think the odds are slightly in your favor at hand fighting.
    p. 168.6
  • No one, of course, ever actually went into the Fire Swamp, although, every year or so, a diseased R.O.U.S. might wander out to die, and its discovery would only add to the myth and the horror.
    p. 200.6
  • And although he was just the least bit perturbed, since he had never actually killed a woman before with his bare hands, there was a first time for everything.
    p. 245.1
  • As he did it, he noticed that not only was the door unlocked, it didn't even have a place for a lock, and he wondered should he mention that to Inigo, but decided against it, because Inigo would have to wait and figure some more and they had done enough of that already, because, although he said he felt safe with Inigo, in truth he was very frightened.
    p. 292.7

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