America has never quite forgiven Europe for having been discovered somewhat earlier in history than itself.
But had the man worn a costume and spoken a language different from our own […] we would be quite able to arrive at a perfectly unprejudiced estimate of his position and value.
He didn’t seem to be quite all here
He is not quite himself
He’s really not quite right in his head
His goal was quite a scorcher
I dare say it’s quite true
I quite agree with you
I quite believe it
I’m quite put out about the matter
If one could only teach the English how to talk, and the Irish how to listen, society here would be quite civilised.
If you have not got women on your side you are quite over. You might just as well be a barrister, or a stockbroker, or a journalist at once.
It costs me quite an effort to do it
It’s quite another cup of tea
It’s quite difficult to put atmosphere and lighting effects into words
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