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But the fact that they were not due to any external dupery didn't make them a bit pleasanter to see.
Fleetwood's wrath with his position warned him against the dupery of any such alcove thoughts.
The whole displays a complete system of dupery, and the agents were graduated.
He attributed the dupery to a trick of imposing the idea of her virtue upon men.
His Eminence the Cardinal Savelli was angry enough at the dupery which had been practised on him.
He would surely be credited with the dupery, and he now reckoned his time for activity short.
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And between ourselves what dupery there is in science, how it narrows our horizon!
Eventually he came to the conclusion that the Republic was mere dupery.
People like to be plundered in company; dupery then grows into the spirit of party.
TOMLINSONIANAEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Her reign, on the contrary, was only one continual intrigue; and that of the King a perpetual dupery.

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