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  • r  in a livid manner

  • Though Diana lividly decried this invasion of her privacy, there were those who thought they saw a plant.
  • Hemingway spoke lividly of training his dogs and cats to "attack one-eyed Portuguese bastards.
  • A tightlipped, hatchet-faced youth, Levine painted lividly angry pictures of bloated capitalists and brutal cops.

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