Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of duplicity.

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Examples

  • It was useless to recall her duplicities, her mendacities, her hypocrisies, her meannesses.

    Clayhanger

  • When we learn to read or look or listen intensively, we are not just becoming adept at exposing falsehood or at uncovering yet more examples of the duplicities of culture and society.

    Michael Roth: Go Positive!

  • While exploring the tragedies and duplicities that have shaped them, each one is severely tested, and each will surprise the reader.

    A tale of operatic scale, with soundtrack by Wagner

  • While exploring the tragedies and duplicities that have shaped them, each one is severely tested, and each will surprise the reader.

    A tale of operatic scale, with soundtrack by Wagner

  • AFP/Getty Images General Martin Dempsey Gen. Dempsey's challenges going forward include building and capitalizing on the gains Gen. Petraeus has achieved in Afghanistan; managing the insecurities and duplicities of Pakistan's military and intelligence services; extending, if possible, a meaningful U.S. military presence in Iraq; and confronting, if necessary, Iran's nuclear ambitions by force.

    A Fighting General

  • When we learn to read or look or listen intensively, we are not just becoming adept at exposing falsehood or at uncovering yet more examples of the duplicities of culture and society.

    Michael Roth: Go Positive!

  • When we learn to read or look or listen intensively, we are not just becoming adept at exposing falsehood or at uncovering yet more examples of the duplicities of culture and society.

    Michael Roth: Go Positive!

  • Like Roth and Zweig, he revered the old Europe of the Austro-Hungarian Empire even in its most shadowy duplicities; it was the empire where memory reigned supreme.

    A Hungarian Novelist's Literature of Fidelity

  • When we learn to read or look or listen intensively, we are not just becoming adept at exposing falsehood or at uncovering yet more examples of the duplicities of culture and society.

    Michael Roth: Go Positive!

  • His chapter on North Korea is especially devastating, recounting the State Department's persistent mistakes and even duplicities in hapless pursuit of a pledge from Pyongyang to end its nuclear weapons program.

    Mission Accomplished

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