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1. An entirely groundless appeal.
2. But my astonishment was groundless.
3. His words, surely are not groundless?
4. Just remember that all your fears are groundless.
5. SHOWS HOW UTTERLY GROUNDLESS THEIR BELIEF IN HELL IS.
6. This notion, however, seems to be altogether groundless.
7. She had hardly changed at all: his fears had been groundless.

8. On November 21, a radio station gave a groundless report that Mrs.
9. The ad hoc reasons of opinions are the groundless meanings for ethics.
10. I will now show you how fallacious his reasoning and groundless his pretensions are.
11. As it turned out, their fears regarding the press, proved to be groundless for the most part.
12. By artlessly suggesting his hosts anxieties were groundless, Jon had granted them absolution.
13. But all their apprehensions turned out to be groundless: it was just the young ladies who did come.
14. The interpretation of dreams is largely a superstitious and groundless system of ignorant and fantastic speculation.
15. My fears, however, were groundless, for he held up his two hands imploringly, and made his petition in a moving manner.
16. The first of these reasons was an exaggerated and eventually groundless fear; the other two were typical of temporary influences.
17. It was with a heavy heart that Frodo saw Aragorn and Legolas climb the steep bank and vanish into the mists; but his fears proved groundless.
18. He saw the uncertainty in the mare's ears and lifted the whip, but at the same time felt that his fears were groundless; the mare knew what was wanted.
19. He refused almost gruffly and was attempting to calm her by saying that all her fears were groundless, that the accident she feared would prove a farce.
20. He saw the uncertainty in the mare’s ears and lifted the whip, but at the same time felt that his fears were groundless; the mare knew what was wanted.
21. He behaved very well in the regiment but was not liked; Rostov especially detested him and was unable to overcome or conceal his groundless antipathy to the man.
22. But if the rate of expense in the estimate of my colleague were deduced from the rate of English expense during war, these objections must be altogether groundless.
23. It is assailed from the masked batteries of friendship to peace and commerce on the one side, and by the groundless imputation of opposite propensities on the other.
24. All the apparent difficulty of interpretation grows out of the groundless assumption…that man ceases to be at death as a tree, a plant, a bird, a fish, or beast ceases to be.
25. With a little common sense and reference to the rules mentioned in the Noble Qur’an, any Muslim – however slight his religious education – would find an account of such miracles groundless.
26. You believe in the sound of facts; I hear only a groundless sentiment that so wishes it were other, and so loves that it is not, that you endlessly split yourself in two over, and over, 617.
27. But the real cause of all these states that seem groundless is that the UU-VVU–copies of a deceased personality have the Experience of higher-quality creative realizations in their Configuration.
28. At that moment, when the revelation of everything was hanging over him, there was nothing he expected so much as that she would answer mockingly as before that his suspicions were absurd and utterly groundless.
29. Not without anxiety did I see him brought within the fascination of the "Holiness Band" and the "Salvation Army," and my fears were not groundless, as some minor symptoms in his spiritual life clearly disclosed.
30. Balashev began to feel uncomfortable: as envoy he feared to demean his dignity and felt the necessity of replying; but, as a man, he shrank before the transport of groundless wrath that had evidently seized Napoleon.
31. Balashëv began to feel uncomfortable: as envoy he feared to demean his dignity and felt the necessity of replying; but, as a man, he shrank before the transport of groundless wrath that had evidently seized Napoleon.
32. What had she done? Because she had been afraid she might succumb to the pleas of this giant, she had burned her bridges behind her—in her groundless apprehension that she might make a terrible mistake, she had made a worse one.
33. In the fifth figure, when my partner had to leave me for the other side and I, counting the beats, was getting ready to dance my solo, she pursed her lips gravely and looked in another direction; but her fears for me were groundless.
34. His aunt, Mary Ivanovna, was afraid Dmitri would form an intimacy with Katusha; but her fears were groundless, for Nekhludoff, himself hardly conscious of it, loved Katusha, loved her as the pure love, and therein lay his safety—his and hers.
35. Another opinion, equally groundless, prevails to a considerable extent; and that is, that these prairies have all been heretofore cultivated by the aborigines, and that the grass having overspread these plains, prevented the growth of trees on them.
36. To a sovereign, on the contrary, who feels himself supported, not only by the natural aristocracy of the country, but by a well regulated standing army, the rudest, the most groundless, and the most licentious remonstrances, can give little disturbance.
37. So far there had been no real fear of encountering a hostile alien power out among the stars, but that confidence was groundless, based on the presumption that any civilization capable of space flight would broadcast signals that human science could detect.
38. IT IS AN ABSURDITY to define eternal life as a place or a state and deny its obviously true meaning, eternal existence Life must have a place and condition in the next world, as it does here, but to say such is the meaning of the phrase is utterly groundless.
39. On getting Sviazhsky's letter with the invitation for shooting, Levin had immediately thought of this; but in spite of it he had made up his mind that Sviazhsky's having such views for him was simply his own groundless supposition, and so he would go, all the same.
40. On getting Sviazhsky’s letter with the invitation for shooting, Levin had immediately thought of this; but in spite of it he had made up his mind that Sviazhsky’s having such views for him was simply his own groundless supposition, and so he would go, all the same.
41. But why, then, has this wonderful thing happened, that clever men preached with the greatest assurance and the crowd accepted with veneration, only groundless and meaningless doctrines? The reason is only that these doctrines justified men in their bad mode of living.
42. You, peaceful inhabitants of Moscow, artisans and workmen whom misfortune has driven from the city, and you scattered tillers of the soil, still kept out in the fields by groundless fear, listen! Tranquillity is returning to this capital and order is being restored in it.
43. Being under the dopamine attack, the man becomes truly convinced that this sudden excited state inside him is caused by the presence of this particular woman (which is not completely groundless!), at which point he starts to make active attempts to become acquainted with her.
44. The fact that believers in Hell can prove their Hell only by using symbolic passages, metaphors, and parables; and must use these to set aside plain passages that says the wages of sin is death, the lost die, perish, are destroyed shows how utterly groundless their belief in Hell is.
45. It is said that by reason one cannot apprehend the truth, because reason is liable to error: there is another way, unmistakable and almost mechanical,—one must study facts on the ground of science; that is, on two groundless suppositions, Positivism and Evolution, which are offered as the most undoubted truths.
46. In their present state of improvement, those prohibitions, perhaps, without cramping their industry, or restraining it from any employment to which it would have gone of its own accord, are only impertinent badges of slavery imposed upon them, without any sufficient reason, by the groundless jealousy of the merchants and manufacturers of the mother country.

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