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  • dropout, honoree, incumbent.
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Examples of usage:
  1. It is true these relations were circumscribed had they been wider they could not have been so happy - "Biographical Essays" by Thomas de Quincey
  2. If she had been born in Paris at the proper time she would have been the leader of a salon separated from that brilliant destiny by years by race and by imperious circumstance she wielded the same sort of sceptre in her own circumscribed but appreciative sphere - "Marm Lisa" by Kate Douglas Wiggin
  3. We should pronounce this effect to be the production of a true wind of a circumscribed or local character - "New and Original Theories of the Great Physical Forces" by Henry Raymond Rogers
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