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nil admirari

[ neel ahd-mee-rah-ree; English nil ad-mi-rair-ahy, -rair-ee ]

Latin.
  1. to wonder at nothing.


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They absolutely revel in the most voluptuous indulgence of the nil admirari.

Bon-Bon had by this time made up his mind to nil admirari and endeavored to hand down the bottles in question.

"Nil Admirari" is not exactly the motto of the normal Scotchman.

He has none of the colonial nil admirari spirit, but looks at England as a Greek colonist would have looked at Athens.

He is not afraid to start and stare; his state of mind is exactly opposed to the high dignity of the nil admirari.

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