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(verb) to make a harsh cry / (verb) to protest or complain noisily

243

A caterwaul of laughter from the charade players made Crane wince humorously.

—p.243 by Norman Mailer
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5 months, 2 weeks ago

A caterwaul of laughter from the charade players made Crane wince humorously.

—p.243 by Norman Mailer
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5 months, 2 weeks ago

a summary of the principles of Christian religion in the form of questions and answers, used for the instruction of Christians

319

wrote long incoherent pages where I tried to destroy her, and all the catechism which had been laid into my skull by good Sister Rose came back to scathe the people I had known

—p.319 by Norman Mailer
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5 months, 2 weeks ago

wrote long incoherent pages where I tried to destroy her, and all the catechism which had been laid into my skull by good Sister Rose came back to scathe the people I had known

—p.319 by Norman Mailer
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5 months, 2 weeks ago

(verb) to expose to shame or blame by means of falsehood and misrepresentation / (verb) violate betray

329

It is so little and yet he is so damned for he has traduced the choirboys and left pregnant half the rich wives of the village

—p.329 by Norman Mailer
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5 months, 2 weeks ago

It is so little and yet he is so damned for he has traduced the choirboys and left pregnant half the rich wives of the village

—p.329 by Norman Mailer
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5 months, 2 weeks ago

calm, dependable, and showing little emotion or animation

335

They had a maid, a middle-aged Mexican woman with a stolid face who came in for two hours every morning and put the place together just long enough for Elena to scatter it again.

—p.335 by Norman Mailer
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5 months, 2 weeks ago

They had a maid, a middle-aged Mexican woman with a stolid face who came in for two hours every morning and put the place together just long enough for Elena to scatter it again.

—p.335 by Norman Mailer
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5 months, 2 weeks ago

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