1 Constance didn't like this dense new part of the wood; it seemed gruesome and choking.
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2 It had taken her years to realize that it was really blotted out by this terrifying new and gruesome England, and that the blotting out would go on till it was complete.
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3 He is accused of all unspeakable things and curiously enough, the woman has managed to get the bulk of the colliers' wives behind her, gruesome fish, and the village is putrescent with talk.
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4 It was the same in all the packing house cities; and suddenly the newspapers and public woke up to face the gruesome spectacle of a meat famine.
5 The place was not so gruesome as last night, but oh, how unutterably mean-looking when the sunshine streamed in.