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... of die species. I stayed as long as I could stick it, then went back to the Morris 1
100 in Park Street. I drove it round into Jesus Lane and waited, listening to the
radio. \\ 'lion the car was fuggily hot. i turned off the engine and the heating.
Sebastian Faulks, 2007
The Strong Man
He stood in silence looking at us all as we sat on the floor or stood leaning
against the walls. His face, I saw, was back to its old total impassivity. I wondered
what he had been doing to be away so long. The silence in the fuggily warm
H. R. F. Keating, 2011
The Complete Wordbook for Game Players: Winning Words for ...
... FOGHORN s FORGAVE FREEMAN FUGATOS* FUZZILY *FLAKING
FLOODED FOGLESS FORGERS* FREEMEN FUGGIER FUZZING FLAMBEE*d
FLOODER s FOGYISH FORGERY* FREESIA s FUGGILY FYLFOTS* FLAMBES*
Mike Baron, 2004
... FUTTOCK s GAMBOLS* GATINGS* GEOLOGY GIRAFFE s FREEZER*s
FUGGIER FUTURAL GAMBREL s GAUCHER* GEORGIC s GIRASOL es
FREEZES* FUGGILY FUTURES* GAMELAN s GAUCHOS* GERBERA s
GIRDERS* FREIGHT ...
Mike Baron, 2007
Method in his murder
Silence. He pushed open the inner door and advanced into a larger room, lit
greyly by a skylight and brightly by a shadeless bulb. An electric radiator made
the room fuggily warm. A sagging leather chair confronted him. Beyond was a
Simon Troy, 1950
British poets of the Great War: Brooke, Rosenberg, Thomas : ...
But my cold and my eyes constrained me to stay lazily and fuggily here, with a
conversation with Masefield as poor recompense, and hourly lotions instead of
the chrism of your kisses. I've my eye on Folkestone. I think—by hook or crook—I'
Patrick Quinn, 2000
"I couldn't care less."
It was very crowded and two old-fashioned stoves, one at each end of the room,
kept the place fuggily warm. Everyone seemed to know everyone else, and either
had something very definite to do or very firmly did nothing. Most of all, no one ...
Anthony Phelps, 1945
Act of Will; A Woman of Substance
In the Tap Room she could see a lone workman playing darts, and two old men
were seated at a table absorbed in a game of dominoes, clay pipes firmly
clenched between their individual sets of nicotine-stained teeth, smoke swirling
Barbara Taylor Bradford, 1993
... I am fuggily hot from the fire. And a man who does not have to go to work every
morning can only be regarded as a curious kind of orchid, better suited for the
hothouse. So— When I make scones for my family and me, it is usually with a