This vraisemblance, which is so seldom witnessed in the opera, seemed to strike every eye.
This seemed to me to exceed the limits of vraisemblance even for a folk-tale.
The small part of Meixner, the theological student turned social-democrat, had vraisemblance.
His characters would fail in vraisemblance, and his incidents would lack in interest.
On the wealth and vraisemblance and variety of character it were superfluous to dilate.
Between the preacher and the pews there is certainly neither affinity nor vraisemblance.
A whale would have needed preparation, and the statement has an air of vraisemblance.
There is a life, a vraisemblance in his pictures, which will win for them enduring applause.
Splendid as is the scene between her and Savonarola, the vraisemblance is spoilt by this impossibility of condition.
The whole thing was full of vraisemblance, so to speak, and bore me completely off my feet.