1 There was in the enunciation of these words, thus repeated, an accent between an exclamation and an interrogation point.
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2 A piece can sometimes be divined on the enunciation of the personages; in the same manner a band can almost be judged from the list of ruffians composing it.
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3 A calm, subdued triumph, blent with a longing earnestness, marked his enunciation of the last glorious verses of that chapter.
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4 This unexpected resistance gave Magua time to interpose, and with rapid enunciation and animated gesture, he drew the attention of the band again to himself.
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5 He bore himself with a certain grace, complimented little children and spoke with a neat enunciation.
6 Yeobright had enunciated the word "her" with a fervour which, in conversation with a mother, was absurdly indiscreet.
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7 The round eyes, eager gaze, the piping voice which enunciated the words, had operated like stilettos on his brain.
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8 He enunciated the word and then drank gravely.