Sentence Examples

  • Doubt is the touchstone of truth, it is the acid which eats away the false.
  • The concept of ' intolerability as the touchstone of best interests ' requires clarification.
  • A confession which has been the touchstone of orthodoxy for fifteen centuries cannot lightly be ignored or abandoned.
  • The expressive theory of art had assumed the author 's individual experiences were the touchstone of reality (10).
  • Thomas Newton, The touchstone of complexions (1576), f. 22.

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