1 Now he saw that she understood entirely too well and he felt the usual masculine indignation at the duplicity of women.
2 This trick did not suggest duplicity or secretiveness, but merely long habit, as with the horse.
3 He arose, and told his tale without duplicity or reservation.
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4 I was a precocious actress in her eyes; she sincerely looked on me as a compound of virulent passions, mean spirit, and dangerous duplicity.
5 If I were not afraid of judging harshly, I should be almost tempted to say that there is a strong appearance of duplicity in all this.
6 She suddenly felt ashamed of her duplicity, but even more she dreaded how he might meet her.
7 The manoeuvres of selfishness and duplicity must ever be revolting, but I have heard nothing which really surprises me.
8 "Frankly and loyally," repeated Milady, with an unspeakable expression of duplicity.
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9 From all which circumstances his duplicity might have been suspected, since, had he meant to do as he had engaged, it was most unlikely that he should be negotiating so openly.
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10 It was claimed that same evening, and returned; but in the interval I had taken a moulding of it, and had a duplicate constructed.
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11 'Yes, a duplicate,' she said, flushing.
12 I have been making a duplicate of the catalogue of my father's books and pictures.
13 Moulton, an American gentleman, had left only the day before, and on looking over the entries against him, I came upon the very items which I had seen in the duplicate bill.
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14 Some little time ago he purchased from Morse Hudson two duplicate plaster casts of the famous head of Napoleon by the French sculptor, Devine.
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15 There were only four stationers of any consequences in the town, and at each Holmes produced his pencil chips, and bid high for a duplicate.
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