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estimate
used in Anna Karenina

3 uses
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Definition
rough calculation or judgment
  • There have been so many attacks made on the volunteers, and a man like you raises them in public estimation.
    Part Eight (23% in)
  • He saw that the complex conditions of the life they led made the coarse proofs of his wife's guilt, required by the law, out of the question; he saw that a certain refinement in that life would not admit of such proofs being brought forward, even if he had them, and that to bring forward such proofs would damage him in the public estimation more than it would her.
    Part Three (38% in)
  • In spite of all the cunning and ingenuity of the German steward, who would try to tempt him into purchases by making his original estimate always far larger than really required, and then representing to Vronsky that he might get the thing cheaper, and so make a profit, Vronsky did not give in.
    Part Six (78% in)

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