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parry
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • "But I thought at the time that you quite guessed," Smerdyakov parried with the simplest air.
  • But Krassotkin haughtily parried this thrust, pointing out that to play horses with boys of one’s own age, boys of thirteen, would certainly be disgraceful "at this date," but that he did it for the sake of "the kids" because he liked them, and no one had a right to call him to account for his feelings.

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  • The knight parried and struck back.

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