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Perhaps more telling, state media called the attack on the studio “a righteous deed.”

However, it is the previous rounds of voting that are more telling.

But more telling than this is the second prong of the Eastern Lyme Offensive.

What is far more telling than the existence of anti-Semitic incidents in France is how the French react to such incidents.

But more telling is that he used “liberal” only three times, and two of those were sort of neutral.

The art of partially revealing is more telling, even, than the ars celare artem.

Surely a more serious imitation of a Napoleonic attitude would have been more telling and more comic.

What is it that makes the first six books of Paradise Lost so much more telling than the later ones?

The religious objection to the funeral was more telling, and on this point she hesitated.

His method was, and is, to combine argument with the more telling weapon of ridicule.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to telling, such as: cogent, conspicuous, convincing, decisive, devastating, and forceful.

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