An Ideal Husband (Webster's German Thesaurus Edition) by Oscar Wilde

By Oscar Wilde

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Tell me, tell me at once, that SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. That what? LADY CHILTERN. ] That our lives may drift apart. SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. Drift apart? LADY CHILTERN. That they may be entirely separate. It would be better for us both. German destroy: zerstören, zerstört, zerstörst, zerstöre, vernichten, zertrümmern, umbringen, zugrunde richten, verheeren, verderben, umreißen. disgrace: Schande, Blamage, blamieren, Ungunst, Ungnade, Skandal, Pleite, Mißstand, jemandem blamieren. dishonour: Unehre, entehren, verletzen, überfallen, schänden, Schande, angreifen.

You couldn't! SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. ] Who told you I intended to do so? LADY CHILTERN. That woman who has just gone out, Mrs. Cheveley, as she calls herself now. She seemed to taunt me with it. Robert, I know this woman. You don't. We were at school together. She was untruthful, dishonest, an evil influence on every one whose trust or friendship she could win. I hated, I despised her. She stole things, she was a thief. She was sent away for being a thief. Why do you let her influence you? SIR ROBERT CHILTERN.

He has had a very interesting and brilliant career. And he has married a most admirable wife. Lady Chiltern is a woman of the very highest principles, I am glad to say. I am a little too old now, myself, to trouble about setting a good example, but I always admire people who do. And Lady Chiltern has a very ennobling effect on life, though her dinner-parties are rather dull sometimes. But one can't have everything, can one? And now I must go, dear. Shall I call for you to-morrow? MRS. CHEVELEY.

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