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The Count of Monte Cristo
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conjecture
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The spectators followed the little vessel with their eyes as long as it remained visible; they then turned their conjectures upon her probable destination.
  • Conjecture soon became certainty, for the figure of a man was distinctly visible to Franz, gradually emerging from the staircase opposite, upon which the moon was at that moment pouring a full tide of silvery brightness.
  • But what raised public astonishment to a climax, and set all conjecture at defiance, was the knowledge that the same stranger who had in the morning visited the Allees de Meillan had been seen in the evening walking in the little village of the Catalans, and afterwards observed to enter a poor fisherman’s hut, and to pass more than an hour in inquiring after persons who had either been dead or gone away for more than fifteen or sixteen years.

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  • She dismissed it as mere conjecture.
  • It is important to distinguish between conjecture and fact.

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