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- Then he once more turned to mine host, who, much torn between respect for a man who travelled on the King's business- a nobleman mayhap- and pride of peasant at contact with an unwelcome visitor, had slowly followed Gaston, lolling with that peculiar gait which betrays the ex- sailor whilst firm if deferential protest was writ all over his rubicund countenance. - "Petticoat Rule", Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy.
- " I guess he's doin' his best, Nathan Pilley," answered another man, stout and stocky, with bushy side whiskers flanking around a rubicund face, out of which stared two prominent blue eyes. - "The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land", Ralph Connor.
- Now Montague was no boy- he was a man of thirty, and rather sedate in his appearance and manner; there was enough in his six feet one to have made two of the round and rubicund little Major. - "The Metropolis", Upton Sinclair.