swelled


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Crupp, 'that fell in love - with a barmaid - and had his waistcoats took in directly, though much swelled by drinking.
It swelled with amazing speed to a profound clamor that involved the earth in noises.
A choked respiration, the opposite to a sharp cry, swelled the throat of D'Artagnan.
All at once the bitter flood which mounted from minute to minute invaded his heart, and swelled his breast almost to bursting.
His hairy throat swelled until it seemed to grow near his chin.
They, the girls, were of the dancing crowd that swelled by a certain constant percentage the gate receipts of all the picnics.
My ankle swelled to size of my calf, and I was in a boot for two months.