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.