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  1. My favourite show, Seinfeld, is currently doing re-runs; the new episodes will begin presently.
  2. I kept a weekly diary during those years that I worked on the dairy farm.
  3. If you wish to seem demure, you will have to demur less vociferously.
  4. Any cool dessert would taste great out here in the sandy desert.
  5. The prisoner tried to devise a clever device to help him escape.
  6. She thought her dog would die after it drank that bowl of blue dye.
  7. He went from a dilemma to a quandary.
  8. The conductor seemed discomfited on the podium by the rude, discomforting behaviour of the visiting pianist.
  9. They kept their love affair discreet by living discrete lives.
  10. You will want a disinterested judge. An uninterested judge, however, is a liability.
  11. When asked to disassemble his old jalopy, he agreed, seeming to dissemble.
  12. What effect does this have on you? How does it affect you?
  13. It was part of the government's economic strategy to direct the military to purchase the most economical material available.
  14. We should elect a president before he or she selects members of the cabinet.
  15. How did the politicians plan to elicit these obviously illicit campaign funds without getting caught?
  16. They were afraid that this eminent figure in world politics was in imminent danger of being killed.
  17. She normally had great empathy for people she read about, but she had no sympathy for these boat people.
  18. The enormousness of his task seemed overwhelming, and then he found he must slay a dragon known for the enormity of his evildoings.
  19. He wanted to carve an epigram that he had seen used as an epigraph for his grandfather's epitaph.
  20. We would like to ensure good weather for our company picnic, but our insurance company won't insure good weather with an inexpensive policy.
  21. One sister liked bugs and studied entomology; the other liked words and went into etymology.
  22. He especially likes coffee ice cream. Every week, his wife buys some specially for him.
  23. We use our everyday dishes every day.
  24. The choirboys exulted when they discovered they were to sing before such an exalted audience.
  25. The general found it expedient to blame his lieutenants for the expeditious progress of the enemy.
  26. The document now makes explicit what had been only implicit in the shifty eyes of the negotiator.
  27. To what extent have they searched for the extant manuscripts of the Gettysburg Address?
  28. An extemporaneous speech is not the same thing as an impromptu speech.
  29. Nothing seemed to faze her as she went through the adolescent phase of her life.
  30. He showed a flagrant disregard for public morals in his blatant errors of mismanagement.
  31. The football players seemed to flout the referees and continued to brazenly flaunt their silly, arrogant routine every time they scored.
  32. She had a foreboding that she was about to meet up with her forbidding father.
  33. It was a foregone conclusion that the team would forgo all post-season tournaments.
  34. The missionaries founded a church in an area they found congenial to their beliefs.
  35. I can run farther than you, but let's discuss that further after the race.
  36. She has fewer complaints, but she has less energy.
  37. Formerly, we met formally to discuss these matters.
  38. The soldiers of the fourth regiment bravely went forth.
  39. The prosecutor began to gibe the witness when the details of his story did not jibe with his previous testimony.
  40. The guerilla soldiers eventually got used to living among the gorillas in the jungle.
  41. She's a good swimmer; she swims well.
  42. The grizzled old hunter chewed on a gristly piece of meat and told a grisly tale of being mauled by grizzly bears.
  43. A portrait of the last criminal to be hanged in Arizona was hung on her bedroom wall.
  44. They were certainly hardy lads and they worked up a hearty appetite on their twenty-mile hike.
  45. Food can be called healthful if it helps us lead healthy lives.
  46. The movie's heroine died of an overdose of heroin.
  47. The publication of Morrison's first historical novel proved to be a historic event.
  48. The trouble with the economy is that hordes of people are starting to hoard their money.
  49. In less than an hour, the voters in our town are going to vote for us.
  50. In preparing for his most spectacular illusion, the magician made an allusion to the magic of Houdini.
  51. They have immigrated to this city from all over eastern Europe; later on, they may decide to emigrate elsewhere.
  52. His language implies a prejudice against Native Americans; you can infer that from certain passages in his latest speech.
  53. The incidence of incidents involving racist slurs has become intolerable.
  54. This incipient revolution seems to be based on the most stupid and insipid causes.
  55. He was incredulous that his brother could perform such incredible feats on the parallel bars.
  56. The scientists produced an indeterminate study concerning the indeterminable number of stars in the universe.
  57. The witness was asked to indite the reasons he thought the grand jury should indict his boss for extortion.
  58. The truck was mistakenly marked inflammable so the firefighters thought the noninflammable material was dangerously flammable.
  59. The tyrant inflicted great hardship on the people. They felt afflicted with his harsh regime.
  60. Her naive and ingenuous mother expressed amazement that her daughter could create such an ingenious demonstration for the science fair.

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