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Quandary Resolution 593
precatory, demure, suborn, torpor
"My dear Lieutenant Featherstonehaugh," she murmured, demurely lowering her eyes and her knickers, "One is no angletwitch, and it ill becomes you to suborn me, Lady Belvoir, a member of the nubility, to awaken that ergophobic draffsack Colonel Cholmondeley from his crapulous torpor in the fond hope of blackmailing him; so one shall overlook such gross presumption and interpret the solicitation as but injudicious precation . . . that said, I could not help but perceive your uncommonly ithyphallic stance, and so might I construe that you are still disposed to indulge in a little houghmagandy, mmm?"
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