Much in a sentence

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Hell, sootiest and horridest avatar of the Industrial Mammon I had ever anywhere seen; went through the Severn Valley; at Bath stayed a night with Landor (a proud and high old man, who charged me with express remembrances for you); saw Tennyson too, in Cumberland, with his new Wife; and other beautiful recommendable and 'questionable things;-and was dreadfully tossed about, and torn almost to tatters by the manifold brambles of my way: and so at length am here, a much- lamed man indeed!
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So much dignity-so much simplicity-so much-" "Fiddlesticks!" interrupted Presbury.
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Necessity for praise there is much!- -since the Soul lives and grows in the glory of its Creator.
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I didn't feel much-" said Mrs. Lathrop.
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It is certainly not owing to the mere imperfection of tradition, defective as it undoubtedly is, that we are nowhere able to point to a practical influence exercised by this much- discussed reform on the course of political affairs.
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Where was the gambler that would stake so much,- Time, patience, treasure, on a single throw?
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You believe in the gods-and so do I after my own fashion-and if they have so ordered the course of this life in every class of existence that the strong triumph over the weak, why should not I use my strength, why let it be fettered by those much- belauded soporifics which our prudent ancestors concocted to cool the hot blood of such men as I, and to paralyze our sinewy fists.
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His father had never failed to attend this entertainment when he was in Thebes, but he himself had to-day for the first time received the much- coveted honor of an invitation, which-Ameni told him when he gave it-he entirely owed to the Regent.
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The old woman, with a timid glance at her, retired, reappearing shortly afterwards with the water, with which she proceeded to restore her much- loved mistress to her senses.
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She was a product of the much- sneered-at higher education for women, and all her life she would be grateful for the advantages given her.
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He will think-as I did-that you are impulsively, throbbingly warm and kind and gentle; and he will find that he has married a governess and a prig; and a woman whose fire-of which she boasts so much- blasts his soul.
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Conscientiously, he could not deny that he knew the squire's objection to my being in my father's society; and he had connived at it 'for reasons, my dearest Harry, I can justify to God and man, but not-I had to confess as much- not, I grieve to say, to your grandfather.
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In the allied Eccremocarpus the internodes, petioles, and much- branched tendrils all spontaneously revolve together.
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The beautiful Glycera does you the honour of choosing you for a neighbour" and, before the sentence was finished, Archias himself seized his arm and led him to the cushions at the side of the much- courted beauty.
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How much-" "No, no!" said Dr. Brown somewhat sharply, "you misunderstand me.
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A thousand years of contact with the much- washing Japanese have never suggested to them why God made soap and water.
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Does it remind thee of something very different, yet wonderfully like, in the old country? Rooney never distinctly told what it was, but as he had left a much- loved grandmother at home, we may be permitted to guess.
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The windy season was at an end and there was no great probability of the much- dreaded sandstorms arising.
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This was more than enough for the much- enduring, much-perspiring shepherd, who, with a gleam of joy over his broad visage, delivered a terrific facer upon our large, vague, benevolent, middle-aged friend,-who went down like a shot.
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Lies of that sad "conservative" kind,-and indeed of all kinds whatsoever: for that kind is a general mother; and BREEDS, with a fecundity that is appalling, did you heed it much!- It was pity that the "Holy Romish Reich, Teutsch by Nation," had not got itself buried some ages before.
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Examples of Much

Example #1
Be happy, be busy beside your still waters, and think kindly of me there.
Example #2
On those wretched _Pamphlets_ I set no value at all, or even less than none: to me their one benefit is, my own heart is clear of them (a benefit not to be despised, I assure you!)-and in the Public, athwart this storm of curses, and emptyings of vessels of dishonor, I can already perceive that it is all well enough there too in reference to them; and the controversy of the Eighteen millions _versus_ the Eighteen thousands, or Eighteen units, is going on very handsomely in that quarter of it, for aught I can see!
Example #3
And what tact he has!-and how generous he is!-and how beautifully he entertains!
Example #4
Mildred gave a short, dry laugh.
Example #5
And the whole Secret of Everlasting Life and Happiness is contained in the full possession and control of the Divine Centre of ourselves-this 'Radia' or living flame, which must be DUAL in order to be perfect, and which in its completed state, is an eternal Force which nothing can destroy and nothing can resist.
Example #6
Necessity for prayer there is none,-since every faithful wish and desire of the Soul is granted without parley.