concealing


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Disguises are generally assumed for the purpose of concealing crime," he remarked sententiously.
He looked upon it for a moment, thrusting forth his under jaw, tried the point upon his hand, and then, hastily concealing it in the bosom of his jacket, trundled back again into his old place against the bulwark.
That the loss of your eyes would be no impediment to your bodily strength, by which you might still be useful to his majesty; that blindness is an addition to courage, by concealing dangers from us; that the fear you had for your eyes, was the greatest difficulty in bringing over the enemy's fleet, and it would be sufficient for you to see by the eyes of the ministers, since the greatest princes do no more.
American girls are as clever at concealing their parents, as English women are at concealing their past," he said, rising to go.
I was so glad that I never thought of concealing my delight when I reached my dressing-room.
I told my story, concealing nothing, and his surprise and delight were so great that he ordered my adventures to be written in letters of gold and laid up in the archives of his kingdom.
He then took his departure and I was left, I know not whether sorrowful or happy; all I can say is, I was left agitated and troubled in mind and almost bewildered by what had taken place, and I had not the spirit, or else it did not occur to me, to chide my maid for the treachery she had been guilty of in concealing Don Fernando in my chamber; for as yet I was unable to make up my mind whether what had befallen me was for good or evil.
Then you do not know," said the doctor, coldly, concealing his terror, "that in her sleep last night she called you: Philippe
She knew each favorite clump of concealing reeds along the river that the buffalo loved best.
Nothing to be done there," said Fix to himself, concealing his disappointment.
D'Artagnan the younger--notwithstanding the efforts he made to remain firm, as a future Musketeer ought, nature prevailed, and he shed many tears, of which he succeeded with great difficulty in concealing the half.
Hooper's forehead, and concealing every feature above his placid mouth, on which, at times, they could perceive the glimmering of a melancholy smile.
The place seemed silent and deserted, so he took the opportunity of concealing himself near the spot whence he had seen Oolanga trying to investigate whatever was concealed behind the iron door.
She was pleasant and simple, but she remained always rather silent, and I knew not why, gave me the impression that she was concealing something.
You, my prince, will have the same interest in concealing him, who will, as a prisoner, resemble you, as you will resemble him as a king.