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also: feminine: quejumbrosa
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  • Para evitar dolor y que la situación sea menos quejumbrosa, disperso un aura de tranquilidad y salud para que todos restablezcan poco a poco sus resistencias.
  • Basta de lloros y lamentos quejumbrosos.
  • Algo, más o menos quejumbroso, sobre lo inexplicable de que una sociedad tan culta como la centroeuropea hubiera sido arrastrada por una tal pulsión de muerte.

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