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on the other hand
used in Anna Karenina

7 uses
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Definition
from another point of view; or in a way that is different (a phrase used to introduce a different perspective or idea)
  • But, on the other hand, directly she thought of the future with Vronsky, there arose before her a perspective of brilliant happiness; with Levin the future seemed misty.
    Part One (40% in)
  • There are people, on the other hand, who desire above all to find in that lucky rival the qualities by which he has outstripped them, and seek with a throbbing ache at heart only what is good.
    Part One (43% in)
  • "Here, on the other hand, it has made a great sensation," he said, with a complacent smile.
    Part One (96% in)
  • But on the other hand Varenka, alone in the world, without friends or relations, with a melancholy disappointment in the past, desiring nothing, regretting nothing, was just that perfection of which Kitty dared hardly dream.
    Part Two (90% in)
  • Levin, on the other hand, would have liked to get home as soon as possible to give orders about getting together the mowers for next day, and to set at rest his doubts about the mowing, which greatly absorbed him.
    Part Three (5% in)
  • She was less dazzling in reality, but, on the other hand, there was something fresh and seductive in the living woman which was not in the portrait.
    Part Seven (27% in)
  • On the other hand, both political science and common sense teach us that in matters of state, and especially in the matter of war, private citizens must forego their personal individual will.
    Part Eight (75% in)

There are no more uses of "on the other hand" in Anna Karenina.

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