1 I confessed, that I might obtain absolution; but now that falsehood lies heavier at my heart than all my other sins.
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2 He had spoken the very truth, and transformed it into the veriest falsehood.
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3 As she said this, she looked earnestly at Lucy, hoping to discover something in her countenance; perhaps the falsehood of the greatest part of what she had been saying; but Lucy's countenance suffered no change.
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4 She was born to discover the falsehood of her own opinions, and to counteract, by her conduct, her most favourite maxims.
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5 No, all he wants is falsehood and propriety, Anna said to herself, not considering exactly what it was she wanted of her husband, and how she would have liked to see him behave.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo TolstoyGet Context In PART 2: Chapter 28
6 It might be bad, this new position, but it would be clear; there would be no indefiniteness or falsehood about it.
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7 He tried to say what he was not thinking, but he felt continually that it had a ring of falsehood, that his brother detected him in it, and was exasperated at it.
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8 Vronsky felt his elevation and his own abasement, his truth and his own falsehood.
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9 All this was falsehood, disgusting, irreverent deceit.
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10 But it was not merely a falsehood, it was the cruel jeer of some wicked power, some evil, hateful power, to whom one could not submit.
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11 This unhappy secret must be disclosed; they must have a complete understanding between them, which is impossible with all this concealment and falsehood going on.
12 You have been charged with falsehood; defend yourself to me as well as you can.
Jane Eyre By Charlotte BronteGet Context In CHAPTER VIII
13 I know not in what manner, under what form of falsehood he had imposed on you; but his success is not perhaps to be wondered at.
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14 Elizabeth was forced to give into a little falsehood here; for to acknowledge the substance of their conversation was impossible.
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15 She stared, but soon comprehending why I counselled her to utter the falsehood, she assured me she would not complain.
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