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spectacle
used in Anna Karenina

6 uses
  • With the ladies were sitting and standing smart lawyers, high school teachers in spectacles, and officers.
    Part Six (93% in)
  • A little man in spectacles, with a narrow forehead, tore himself from the discussion for an instant to greet Levin, and then went on talking without paying any further attention to him.
    Part One (21% in)
  • "There are two aspects," Alexey Alexandrovitch resumed: "those who take part and those who look on; and love for such spectacles is an unmistakable proof of a low degree of development in the spectator, I admit, but...."
    Part Two (78% in)
  • "What an inclination we all have, though, for these cruel spectacles," he said.
    Part Two (80% in)
  • Seryozha looked intently at the teacher, at his scanty beard, at his spectacles, which had slipped down below the ridge on his nose, and fell into so deep a reverie that he heard nothing of what the teacher was explaining to him.
    Part Five (77% in)
  • Some ladies and children, who had come to meet a gentleman in spectacles, paused in their loud laughter and talking, and stared at her as she reached them.
    Part Seven (99% in)

There are no more uses of "spectacle" in Anna Karenina.

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