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facade
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The House of Mirth
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  • She looked across at the flat-house with its marble porch and pseudo-Georgian facade.
  • His facade is a complete architectural meal; if he had omitted a style his friends might have thought the money had given out.
  • They were just beneath the wide white facade, with its rich restraint of line, which suggested the clever corseting of a redundant figure.

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  • Beneath the facade of ideology was an individual who wanted absolute power.
  • "Yesterday’s news," I tell Lucky, keeping up the cool facade I always do.
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