How to say literary form imparting a formal written nuance in Japanese

1)であるたいであるたい(dearutai) (n) literary form imparting a formal written nuance    
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anyway what are you on about? going around sleeveless in this cold.

the houses caught fire one after another.

he did not decide to be a writer until he was thirty.

now this is more like it.

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he worked so hard that eventually he made himself ill.

weakness brought on by a number of respiratory ailments had forced him just last week to announce that he was giving up his conducting career.

thank you very much for lending me $500 when i was having difficulty making ends meet.

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