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You mean, why do I mention Ms T. and not ... your silence is regretted, and eventual relief hoped for. CDB

I'm so fluttered**, I don't know what to say. **non-standard use of the word.

I live in apprehension of Riggsian admonishment thereanent, but am sincerely interested in the question we briefly discussed. CDB
You mean, why do I mention Ms T. and not ... your silence is regretted, and eventual relief hoped for. CDB

I'm so fluttered**, I don't know what to say. **non-standard use of the word.

A fluttered hope his accents shook, A fluttered joy was in his look.
John Dean
Oxford
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I'm so fluttered**, I don't know what to say. **non-standard use of the word.

A fluttered hope his accents shook, A fluttered joy was in his look.

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I'm so fluttered**, I don't know what to say. **non-standard use of the word.

A fluttered hope his accents shook, A fluttered joy was in his look.

My very condition, within limits, except that m. needn't hasten on my account. CDB