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- ‘Still, while he is willing to throw over the old time augustness, he may not entirely appreciate the social changes he is speaking to.’
- ‘In America, the same augustness is reflected by his regular presence in the New Yorker and on university syllabuses.’
- ‘This palace of kings is based on the grandeur and augustness of Roman imperial empire.’
- ‘Nothing can match the authority, the augustness, the gravitas of real champagne from France's Champagne region.’
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