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aspersion
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David Copperfield
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  • Peggotty seemed to take this aspersion very much to heart, I thought.
  • I have exposed one whom I hold in my heart, to trials and aspersions — I call them aspersions, even to have been conceived in anybody’s inmost mind — of which she never, but for me, could have been the object.’
  • I have exposed one whom I hold in my heart, to trials and aspersions — I call them aspersions, even to have been conceived in anybody’s inmost mind — of which she never, but for me, could have been the object.’

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  • I resent the aspersion cast on my integrity.
  • I do not mean to cast aspersions on the intent of our colleagues from the other party, but they are misinformed regarding the cost of this program.

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