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spectacle
used in The Fountainhead

6 uses
  • However, I am anxious to forestall, if possible, what appears to be a tragedy, the spectacle of a young man of your obvious mental gifts setting out deliberately to make a mess of his life.
    1.1 — Part 1 Chapter 1 (83% in)
  • Hopton Stoddard had a genius for investment; he invested in everything—houses of ill fame, Broadway spectacles on the grand scale, preferably of a religious nature, factories, farm mortgages and contraceptives.
    2.10 — Part 2 Chapter 10 (62% in)
  • Eugene Pettingill waddled about on his skinny, ancient legs, small and bent, an imposing Park Avenue hotel, with horn-rimmed spectacles peering from under the majestic tower.
    2.11 — Part 2 Chapter 11 (17% in)
  • He had returned from his journey, crushed by the universal spectacle of religion, most particularly by the various forms in which the promise of hell confronted him all over the earth.
    2.12 — Part 2 Chapter 12 (10% in)
  • If you were not involved as you are, you'd be the one person who'd appreciate the spectacle.
    2.12 — Part 2 Chapter 12 (44% in)
  • The city became a friendly sight, an abstraction with which no possible communication could be established, like the sky, a spectacle to be admired, but of no direct concern in their lives.
    3.8 — Part 3 Chapter 8 (2% in)

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