flaw[ flaw ]SEE DEFINITION OF flaw
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The Inspector seized on the one flaw left him for defense against her indictment.
The most carping could have found no flaw in the quiet taste of his attire.
It was more; it was a mistake, a flaw in her diplomacy; for Calendar intercepted it.
There was a flaw in one of the rods connected with the engine.
The complainant's shield was examined and counted, and not a flaw discovered.
Plato, in the spirit of the Megarian philosophy, soon discovers a flaw in the explanation.
Patrick Fitzmaurice, brogue and all, was an Irish gentleman without a flaw.
There was one flaw in his happiness, but that he had forgotten for the moment.
And yet the flaw was but a small one and the explanation simple.
He probed for some flaw, sought for some mistake that might have been made.
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