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use "gratuitous" in a sentence

Some of these works bear little resemblance to MacLean's style, especially in their use of gratuitous sex and violence.

james Wadsworth wanted a library "open and free for the gratuitous use as well of the inhabitants of the County of Livingston." What we remember, however - what
rainy evening under the arched gate, in order to gratify me with a sketch of Audley Court."

He'll be tempted to use it to gratify his emotional needs?"

After using their muscles and collecting their pennies, you can consider and gratify their immediate needs; but you cannot love them.

I do it because I enjoy it. Knowing why I enjoy it doesn't stop me wanting to continue to gratify the urge.

It is an entertainment show and if anything they are out to piss off viewers rather than gratify them.

There I see the tenderest ties ruthlessly broken, to gratify the lust, caprice and rapacity of the buyers and sellers of men.

This will gratify some people and astonish the rest."

"When people make selfish decisions to try to gratify themselves at the expense of a child, it has lifelong implications," the judge said.

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