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grandeur
used in Anna Karenina

6 uses
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Definition
the quality of being grand or magnificent or splendid
  • No one was better able to appreciate her grandeur than Levin.
    Part Three (25% in)
  • "But all the same I admire your grandeur, and am proud that I've a friend in such a great person.
    Part One (17% in)
  • "I do like it when he looks down at me from the height of his grandeur, or breaks off his learned conversation with me because I'm a fool, or is condescending to me.
    Part One (42% in)
  • "I don't like such grandeur."
    Part Five (16% in)
  • Just as Levin had disliked all the trivial preparations for his wedding, as derogatory to the grandeur of the event, now he felt still more offensive the preparations for the approaching birth, the date of which they reckoned, it seemed, on their fingers.
    Part Six (39% in)
  • This expression in the marshal's face was particularly touching to Levin, because, only the day before, he had been at his house about his trustee business and had seen him in all his grandeur, a kind-hearted, fatherly man.
    Part Six (87% in)

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