1 Bea was droll in her attempt to be at once a respectful servant and a bosom friend.
2 His droll expression seemed to say that he had found the secret of contentment.
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3 His expression was droll; it dismissed me lightly.
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4 Oftener than once her coming had interrupted the droll story with which Robert was entertaining some amused group of married women.
5 No one would listen to him but old Monsieur Farival, who went into convulsions over the droll story.
6 It re'lly was droll to think on 't.'
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7 There now; you see how droll he is.
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8 It would be something remarkable, now," he continued, "something droll, if Fanny should have a brother and I a sister settling at the same time.
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9 That was an unpleasant dream," said he; "but 'twas droll enough altogether.'
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10 I really couldn't help it, and it all came about in such a droll way that I must tell you.
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11 As to Porthos, that is certainly droll; but I am not the less a giddy fool.
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