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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I saw a white figure, and as if to prevent my discrediting the testimony of only one of my senses, I heard my glass removed—the same which is there now on the table.
  • "Undoubtedly," said Villefort, moderating the tones of his voice, "a marriage once concerted and then broken off, throws a sort of discredit on a young lady; then again, the old reports, which I was so anxious to put an end to, will instantly gain ground.

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  • She spoke only of her strengths, but others on her campaign staff worked to discredit her opponent.
  • Russian TV is famous for inventing stories to discredit those who disagree with Russian interests.

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