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revelation
used in Anna Karenina

6 uses
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Definition
something that was previously unknown (and typically surprising); or making such a thing known
  • At that moment, when the revelation of everything was hanging over him, there was nothing he expected so much as that she would answer mockingly as before that his suspicions were absurd and utterly groundless.
    Part Two (81% in)
  • And with his characteristic clearness, he summed up those new, very important, and interesting revelations.
    Part Three (86% in)
  • It was that if the chief proof of the Divinity was His revelation of what is right, how is it this revelation is confined to the Christian church alone?
    Part Eight (93% in)
  • It was that if the chief proof of the Divinity was His revelation of what is right, how is it this revelation is confined to the Christian church alone?
    Part Eight (93% in)
  • What relation to this revelation have the beliefs of the Buddhists, Mohammedans, who preached and did good too?
    Part Eight (93% in)
  • "Yes, the one unmistakable, incontestable manifestation of the Divinity is the law of right and wrong, which has come into the world by revelation, and which I feel in myself, and in the recognition of which—I don't make myself, but whether I will or not—I am made one with other men in one body of believers, which is called the church.
    Part Eight (96% in)

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