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And with several texts of Scripture, misquoted or misapplied, and religious exclamations so redolent of the ludicrous in the style of delivery and manner of bringing in, if not in the expressions themselves, that I decline repeating them, she withdrew; tossing her large head in high good-humour--with herself at least--and left me hoping that, after all, she was rather weak than wicked.
A great grease-spot, redolent of manures and buttermilk
His opinion, when he expressed it, was given in his usual downright manner, and was agreeably redolent of the most positive philosophy I know-- the philosophy of the Betteredge school.
The odour which now filled the refectory was scarcely more appetising than that which had regaled our nostrils at breakfast: the dinner was served in two huge tin-plated vessels, whence rose a strong steam redolent of rancid fat.
Sea View was redolent of Lecount: Sea View (though built on piles, and the strongest house in England) was henceforth odious to him.
He was redolent of the stables, where he had been regaling himself with the company of his fellow-creatures the horses ever since breakfast.
From horizon to zenith all was couleur de rose, for all was redolent of our relations and friends.
Who could continue to exist where there are no cows but the cows on the chimney-pots; nothing redolent of Pan but pan-tiles; no crop but stone crop?
KARACHI -- The Redolent is organizing a 3-day Conference and Exhibition in the second week of July 2016 with the name of Healthy Pakistan at the Expo Center Karachi.
Nonetheless some of the criticism of our Mayor is redolent of children stamping their feet and saying to their parents "It's not fair
A panoramic and complex fragrance, redolent with the rich scents of Provence, in all their ruggedness and mystery.
This was an integral part of the services that gained atonement for the Jewish people's sins, but the ceremony is so oddeven redolent of paganismthat the rabbis of the Talmud worried it might be seen as "a meaningless act.