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  • s  afflicted with or resembling a carbuncle

  • Now (1930-34), as the world's disease narrows its carbuncular focus in Germany, Sinclair narrows his, too though never to the exclusion of the view that the responsibility .
  • There is a plot hereAngelo and Brother Michael trail another gypsy, a garrulous, carbuncular drunk named Steve, to recover the family ringbut this is mainly a device to give .
  • He seems temperamentally torn between being a Christian critic and playing the Spenglerian doomsayer in tones that resemble that carbuncular Shakespearean scold, Thersites .

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