- Examples of usage:
- It certainly does not count for much that I should be unable to find any flaw in my own case, but I think it counts for a good deal that Mr. Gladstone appears to have been equally unable to do so. - "Mr. Gladstone and Genesis Essay #5 from "Science and Hebrew Tradition"" by Thomas Henry Huxley
- Yes, a very carefully thought out plan of action, except for one flaw. - "Dave Dawson at Casablanca" by Robert Sydney Bowen
- But before I come to that, I would dwell further upon this peculiar skill of Tolstoy's, this facility which explains, I think, the curious flaw in his beautiful novel. - "The Craft of Fiction" by Percy Lubbock
Word of the day
- existent, real.