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Merritt will be discredited in all the papers—unless the 'Clarion' backs him.

The ClarionSamuel Hopkins Adams

Yet it is precisely on the basis of that discredited cosmogony that the whole structure of Paradise Lost is built.

I would have been broke now, a discredited gambler, if it hadn't been for your helping hand.

He discredited wholly the story Allen had so glibly recited.

A Hoosier ChronicleMeredith Nicholson

Of course, that outline might be discredited by a comparison with the Epistles; the divergences might really be contradictions.

This feeling was not unnatural, since the detection came through a discredited channel, the spotter.

It was rather important, therefore, that there should not be much exaggeration or the ambassador might well be discredited.

He did not stop to reflect that Jethro did not act like a discredited boss, as a keener man might have done.

Coniston, CompleteWinston Churchill

Hamilton's evidence was discredited, and he found it necessary to sell his commission and leave the country.

The Journal to StellaJonathan Swift

There was extant in the second century an Epistle of St. Barnabas, but its authenticity has long been discredited.

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