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plausible
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • The idea seemed perfectly plausible.
  • As plausible an interpretation as this seemed, Langdon felt haunted now by a troubling paradox.
  • The Temple Church was the perfect location to steal the keystone from Robert and Sophie, and its apparent relevance to the poem made it a plausible decoy.

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  • She offered a plausible excuse.
  • a plausible liar

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