1 This bit of forest might have appeared to an ethereal wanderer as a scene of the result of some frightful debauch.
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2 The very prospect of beer which my expected coming had opened to him had proved too much, and he had begun too early on his expected debauch.
3 You were still fast asleep, and I did not know what to do with myself; I was still stupid from our yesterday's debauch.
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4 This castle, for ten years, has opened to no priest save the debauched Norman chaplain who partook the nightly revels of Front-de-Boeuf, and he has been long gone to render an account of his stewardship.
5 This procession was so long that when the first vehicle reached the barrier, the last was barely debauching from the boulevard.
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