The big houses sat in self-congratulatory propinquity on their level green
lawns?stout matrons seated elbow to elbow, implacably chaperoning
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Loneliness is never more cruel than when it is felt in close propinquity with someone who has ceased to communicate.
Loneliness, never, more, cruel, when, close, propinquity, someone, who, ceased, communicate
Each day used to be individually felt by me in its reference to the foreign post days; in its distance from, or propinquity to, the next Sunday. I had my Wednesday feelings, my Saturday nights’ sensations.
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