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Anna Karenina
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sophistry
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Anna Karenina
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  • "Yes, there’s something of a sophistry about that," Veslovsky agreed.
  • It seemed to him that he had clearly expressed his thoughts and feelings to the best of his capacity, and yet both of them, straightforward men and not fools, had said with one voice that he was comforting himself with sophistries.

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  • Where facts failed her, she used sophistry.
  • Any other explanation is sophistry.

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