Examples of usage:

  1. In point of fact, if O'Shea had got the whole Irish vote he would have won, but Mr. Parnell's vehement efforts could kindle no enthusiasm among the Irish electors, and there was a small but determined section which- while unwilling to let any public evidence of disagreement with Mr. Parnell appear- absolutely refused to support O'Shea. "The Life Story of an Old Rebel" by John Denvir
  2. In the ensooin' disagreement he got a bit scratched, an' so I looked after him. "The Boy With the U. S. Foresters" by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
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