Ulysses by James Joyce

Leopold Bloom Telemachus
Scylla and Charybdis
Wandering Rocks
Oxen of the Sun

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There are 42 occurrences of the word:   DOUCE

[Scylla and Charybdis] [10137] --Those who are married, Mr Best, douce herald, said, all save one, shall
[Scylla and Charybdis] [10261] The dour recluse still there (he has his cake) and the douce youngling,
[Sirens] [12405] Miss Douce said yes, sitting with his ex, pearl grey and EAU DE NIL.
[Sirens] [12410] When all agog miss Douce said eagerly:
[Sirens] [12456] --Find out, miss Douce retorted, leaving her spyingpoint.
[Sirens] [12470] On her flower frowning miss Douce said:
[Sirens] [12495] Miss Douce halfstood to see her skin askance in the barmirror
[Sirens] [12503] Bidding her neck and hands adieu miss Douce
[Sirens] [12512] --But wait till I tell you, miss Douce entreated.
[Sirens] [12523] Miss Douce grunted in snuffy fogey's tone:
[Sirens] [12535] --Here he was, miss Douce said, cocking her bronze head three quarters,
[Sirens] [12539] Douce huffed and snorted down her nostrils that quivered imperthnthn like
[Sirens] [12544] Miss Douce chimed in in deep bronze laughter, shouting:
[Sirens] [12560] In a giggling peal young goldbronze voices blended, Douce with
[Sirens] [12568] gigglegiggled. Miss Douce, bending over the teatray, ruffled again her
[Sirens] [12577] Douce gave full vent to a splendid yell, a full yell of full woman,
[Sirens] [12591] --O saints above! miss Douce said, sighed above her jumping rose. I wished
[Sirens] [12595] --O, miss Douce! miss Kennedy protested. You horrid thing!
[Sirens] [12612] --O, welcome back, miss Douce.
[Sirens] [12628] Miss Douce of satin douced her arm away.
[Sirens] [12637] --You must have been a doaty, miss Douce made answer. And what did the
[Sirens] [12645] --With the greatest alacrity, miss Douce agreed.
[Sirens] [12662] Gaily miss Douce polished a tumbler, trilling:
[Sirens] [12672] --He was in at lunchtime, miss Douce said.
[Sirens] [12703] He droned in vain. Miss Douce turned to her tea aside.
[Sirens] [12751] --The tuner was in today, miss Douce replied, tuning it for the smoking
[Sirens] [12763] --So sad to look at his face, miss Douce condoled.
[Sirens] [12813] Douce.
[Sirens] [12881] Miss Douce reached high to take a flagon, stretching her satin arm,
[Sirens] [12919] Miss Douce took Boylan's coin, struck boldly the cashregister. It
[Sirens] [12956] --Afterwits, miss Douce promised coyly.
[Sirens] [13198] Miss Douce, engaging, Lydia Douce, bowed to suave solicitor, George
[Sirens] [13479] enclap, said, cried, clapped all, Ben Dollard, Lydia Douce, George
[Sirens] [13481] first gent with tank and bronze miss Douce and gold MJiss Mina.
[Sirens] [13550] Miss Douce withdrew her satiny arm, reproachful, pleased.
[Sirens] [13559] Miss Douce, miss Lydia, did not believe: miss Kennedy, Mina, did not
[Sirens] [13694] Douce now. Douce Lydia. Bronze and rose.
[Sirens] [14025] Miss Douce composed her rose to wait.
[Circe] [24093] LYDIA DOUCE: (HER MOUTH OPENING) Yumyum. O, he's carrying her round the