By Oscar Wilde
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Persuade: persuader, persuades, persuade, persuadons, persuadent, persuadez, convaincre, inspirer. phrase: locution, phrase, phraser, groupe de mots. prospect: perspective, prospecter. requires: requiert, exige, réclame. results: résultats, aboutit. risk: risque, aléa, risquer, aventurer, péril, oser, risquez. stake: pieu, poteau, échalas, jalon, piquet, perche. steadily: de manière régulire, de façon régulire. strength: force, puissance, résistance mécanique. temptation: tentation. weakness: faiblesse, débilité, impuissance, mollesse.
Stole: étole, vola. stop: arrêter, arrêtez, arrête, arrêtes, arrêtent, arrêtons, arrêt, cesser, cessent, cessez, cessons. taunt: sarcasme. thief: voleur. untruthful: mensonger, menteur. win: gagner, gagnons, gagnez, gagnes, gagne, gagnent, remporter, remporte, remportent, remportes, remportez. Oscar Wilde 39 LADY CHILTERN. It is a true saying, Robert. And what did she mean by boasting that she had got you to lend your support, your name, to a thing I have heard you describe as the most dishonest and fraudulent scheme there has ever been in political life?
Yes; most men would call it ugly names. % SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. ] Men who every day do something of the same kind themselves. Men who, each one of them, have worse secrets in their own lives. LORD GORING. That is the reason they are so pleased to find out other people's secrets. It distracts public attention from their own. SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. And, after all, whom did I wrong by what I did? No one. LORD GORING. ] Except yourself, Robert. SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. ] Of course I had private information about a certain transaction contemplated by the Government of the day, and I acted on it.