In religion he could be, as long as it suited him, the facile echo of Dorothea’s vagaries.
"My love," he said, with irritation reined in by propriety, "you may rely upon me for knowing the times and the seasons, adapted to the different stages of a work which is not to be measured by the facile conjectures of ignorant onlookers.
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a facile plan, perfect for politics, but inadequate as a real solution
The analogy is too facile for so complex a problem.