One by one she sent them through the secret panel into the room beyond, and when the last had passed from the chamber where we stood in wide-eyed amazement she turned and smiled at us and then herself passed through, leaving us alone.
I did as he bade, and then together we sought the secret panel through which I had just entered the apartment--the one at the opposite end of the room from that through which the girl had led her savage companions.
"You believe," she said, "in this secret that my husband is afraid of?
I judge Anne Catherick's words by his actions, and I believe there is a secret."
"It's a secret
garden, and I'm the only one in the world who wants it to be alive."
Breathe not the secret
, above all, to the man thou wottest of.
Her quick observing faculty had just detected that Clara's face showed no signs of relief, now that she had unburdened herself of her secret
. There was something clearly under the surface here--something of importance that still remained to be discovered.
Anna acknowledged that she had betrayed Antonio's secret
, but pleaded her duty to her friend in justification.
d'Herblay, who also knew the secret
, the queen-mother is pursuing with the utmost rancor."
First, disorder was precipitated by the secret
agents and the Black Hundreds, then the troops were called out.
the Lord disposeth all things.--Yet sure it was a most unjustifiable conduct in my sister to carry this secret
with her out of the world." "I promise you, sir," said Mrs Waters, "she always profest a contrary intention, and frequently told me she intended one day to communicate it to you.
connected with our present and future plans practically passes through my hands, yet no one watches me.
Peepholes were pierced in the wall of each room, and we were never certain, while at work, whose eye was observing, or whose ear was listening in secret
. Though we all lived together, we were probably the least united body of men ever assembled under one roof.
And then, springing from nowhere, sustained one knew not how, came a persistent, disturbing rumour that the problem had been solved, that the secret
The pertinacity of the deceased, and all the circumstances united, induced him to set on foot some secret