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  • r  in an excusable manner or to an excusable degree
    he was excusably late

  • Last week, with a peacetime conscription bill due for early passage Congress and public were still excusably confused about what worst they were preparing against.
  • But readers who excusably shy off from one more English story of industrial tragedy in the Midlands need not be so quick to leave Author Hodson's vicinity.
  • The inventor of the new word, excusably pleased with himself, hammers for nearly 400 pages to drive it into the language.

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