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use "dubious" in a sentence

Agra's dubious modern attractions include Asia's largest Spa as well as Asia's first and only 6D theatre.

3: A Hammer Blow to the Head Can Injure the Soul Lina is now troubled by the dubious nature of the job Franz is fulfilling.

January 2004. Agriculture in the Tibetan
owner's roguish nephew, Theo, can't keep the daily work form becoming terrifying drudgery.

Although improvements in domestic conveniences liberated middle-class women from household drudgery, allowing more time for a wider participation in society, the traditional prejudice against self-support remained strong.

His management of the abortive education proposals of 1896 were thought to show a disinclination for the continuous drudgery of parliamentary management.

This theme also refers to the novel itself which was to have the children grow up to become activists and escapee their drudgery.

Homemakers should therefore, be eager to buy and use all the household tools which will save her strength and time and liberate her from household drudgery.

drudgery and despair It sounds remorselessly grim, and indeed Mendes plays down the comedy that some directors emphasise in Chekhov, despite a lively 'version' of the play by Brian Friel.

But once she marries him she realises that she's let herself in for a life of drudgery and she feels very trapped.

These men had the knack of turning out rounded men and women who, whatever school they went into, were conscientious and efficient and did not lose their idealism in the drudgery of day-to-day teaching.

Visiting poor women is a drudgery.

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