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His strange disposition and tastes were a source of continual astonishment and mystification to the old people.
Balzac's genius for skilfully-combined photographic detail explains his strange power of mystification.
But in matters of information he was trustworthy, his passion for fact overcoming his love of mystification.
His mystification had, as before, driven him into perplexities upon which he had never calculated.
His mystification was so genuine that Joe knew that his shot, fired at random, had missed the mark.
I wondered what mystification had given rise to these absurd reports, but there was nothing to be gained by pursuing them.
A light had broken in upon his mystification at Ferrati's last speech.
The science which he professed was then overgrown with absurdities and mystification.
I like to go about and note the mystification of strangers who've come here with some notion of a little attention.
Had Florence witnessed all this, her mystification regarding this child of the island might have increased fourfold.
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