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glib
used in Anna Karenina

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artfully persuasive in speech or having only superficial plausibility
  • He could not admit that some dozens of men, among them his brother, had the right, on the ground of what they were told by some hundreds of glib volunteers swarming to the capital, to say that they and the newspapers were expressing the will and feeling of the people, and a feeling which was expressed in vengeance and murder.
    Part Eight (84% in)

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