jesuitic

[ jezh-oo-it-i-kuh l or jezh-oo-it-ik; jez-oo-, jez-yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF jesuitic
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She studied the friendly, Jesuitic wrinkles in his face, by virtue of which he managed to conceal his real thoughts.

The police, under Jesuitic influence, at length seized on the plates in the cabinet of the fair artist.

In truth, it is always impossible to decide on the latent meaning of the Jesuitic pen.

This verdict displayed the Jesuitic character of Russian politics.

Who are they that, carping and quarrelling, in their jesuitic most moderate way, seek to shackle the Patriotic movement?

How his answers and explanations flow ready; jesuitic, plausible to the ear!

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