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fathom -- as in: can't fathom
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I believe that this singular man, who appears to fathom the motives of every one, has purposely arranged for me to meet M. and Madame de Villefort, and sometimes, I confess, I have gone so far as to try to read in his eyes whether he was in possession of the secret of our love.

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  • He couldn’t fathom why WICKED felt it was so important to keep their minds clean of memory.
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