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It also has the peculiarly Russian quality of unexaggerated realism.

I mean to lay before you the truth—the unexaggerated truth, but to conceal nothing.

Such is the unexaggerated picture of our condition under a Constitution founded upon the republican principle of equal rights.

I have nothing to add, except that this is a true and unexaggerated account of what I saw.

He said well, “Life is not habitually seen from any common platform so truly and unexaggerated as in the light of literature.”

We can praise her performance as interesting, unexaggerated, and full of opportune instruction.

This aspect is founded on the relation which they bear to the real events and the unexaggerated afflictions of his own life.

Agnes Grey should please such critics as Mr. Lewes, for it is “true” and “unexaggerated” enough.

He would bring in a modifying influence of outdoor life and unexaggerated sentiment.

These reports would be truthful, unexaggerated, and non-sensational statements that could be relied upon.

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