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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • His rather large, prominent, dark eyes had an expression of firm determination, and yet there was a vague look in them, too.
  • Her upper lip was thin, but the slightly prominent lower lip was at least twice as full, and looked pouting.
  • His eyes were gray, large and luminous, but strikingly prominent.
  • In it lies a child of seven, the only daughter of a prominent citizen.
  • (d) The Mysterious Visitor He had long been an official in the town; he was in a prominent position, respected by all, rich and had a reputation for benevolence.
  • He knew he would play a prominent part of some sort, but Alyosha, who was attached to him, was distressed to see that his friend Rakitin was dishonorable, and quite unconscious of being so himself, considering, on the contrary, that because he would not steal money left on the table he was a man of the highest integrity.
  • I may have selected as of most interest what was of secondary importance, and may have omitted the most prominent and essential details.
  • The Second Ordeal "You don’t know how you encourage us, Dmitri Fyodorovitch, by your readiness to answer," said Nikolay Parfenovitch, with an animated air, and obvious satisfaction beaming in his very prominent, short-sighted, light gray eyes, from which he had removed his spectacles a moment before.

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  • She is a prominent member of our community.
  • The committee has many prominent members, so its findings will be respected.

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