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61 examples of  unconcealed  in sentences

61 examples of unconcealed in sentences

Rudolph has my word of honor," Mr. Charteris repeated, and with unconcealed regret.

If ye's have a spark of honor ye'll pay your just dues, so ye will," Barney said, in the evening, returning from parade, where Lieutenant-Colonel Grandison officiated as commander, to the unconcealed delight of all but the Oswald parasites among the officers.

Prometheus, on the contrary, might have found cause for jealousy in many a noble youth's unconcealed admiration of Elenko.

And under the glow of this generous declaration Mr. Stanley Carruthers lit his cigarette and watched her with unconcealed admiration.

I could still see Black Jeffries sitting on the bench, glaring down at me in unconcealed anger, his eyes blazing with the fury of impotent hate, as he roared, that, by decree of the King, my sentence to be hung was commuted to twenty years of penal servitude beyond seas.

But had any one closely examined his countenance, they would have discovered beneath those long dark lashes, and clearly marked eyebrows, the deep blue eye of the Saxon race, which was also indicated by the rich brown hair, that, now unconcealed, waved across his manly forehead.

"You haven't the secret yet," said my mentor, who watched me as I won for the first time, and was moved to warn me by my unconcealed pride in this achievement.

Few appeared in masks, but pleasure seemed to lighten every eye, while the frank and unconcealed countenance willingly courted the observation and sympathy of its neighbors.

If Grace Chatterton was not more miserable than usual, at what she thought was the destruction of her sister's happiness, it was owing to the presence and unconcealed affection of John Moseley.

The Veronese, who had been knighted by the Doge, could scarcely go unrecognized to any art establishment in any quarter of Venice, and with unconcealed pleasure Girolamo bowed low before this master who had come to do him honor; displaying all that the initiated would hold most precious among his treasuresthat design, faded and dim, almost unrecognizable, of those early mosaics of the Master Pietrohe held nothing back.

His penetrative efficiency compelled one's admiration, and his unconcealed vanity showed that he did not stand wholly outside the human family.

He looked up sharply as I appeared, and viewed me with unconcealed disfavour.

The singer leaned back in her chair and stared in unconcealed surprise, wondering how in the world she could have been so completely mistaken in her judgment of a friend who had seemed to her the best type of an honest and fearless Englishwoman.

But her marriage had been no restraint on a life of unconcealed profligacy, and among her lovers she reckoned the Cardinal de Rohan, who, as we have already seen, was as little scrupulous or decent as herself.

And the duke bowed him out of the room with unconcealed scorn.

This person, who was of the opposite sex, and upon whom Mr. Jinks evidently desired to produce an impression, gazed at the cavalier with tender melancholy in her ruddy face, and especially regarded the legs of Mr. Jinks with unconcealed admiration.

It was Byron's misfortune to appear worse than he really was, owing to his unconcealed contempt for the opinions of mankind.

The Romans were almost without a fleet, and when they formed one the undertaking was ridiculed by the Carthaginians with an unconcealed assumption of superiority.

"I say it's a shame!" cried Bell Masters, in unconcealed wrath.

He at once set himself to oppose Pitt's warlike policy; and, on the question of declaring war against Spain, he was so successful in inducing the rest of the cabinet to reject Pitt's proposals, that that statesman resigned his office in unconcealed indignation.

The word expresses the most profound and unconcealed contempt.]

I see you well?" "I'm quite well," returned Mr. Silk, gazing at him with unconcealed surprise.

I see you well?" "I'm quite well," returned Mr. Silk, gazing at him with unconcealed surprise.

Messer Antonio de' Martelli was in ecstasies, and his unconcealed delight gained for him the nickname "Il Balencio," "like Whalebone"!

" With unconcealed pride, Mr. Kennaston assented.

He accepted the proposal with unconcealed delight; and I wondered if Ellen observed the very nonchalant way in which he replied when she said she did not feel well enough to go.

He threw the pass with unconcealed aversion towards the profligate, who, recovering his document, assumed unasked his station by the side of the three who had been selected to decide on the fitness of those who were to be allowed to embark.

" "Ah!" said the judge; and his face relaxed into a dry smile, while the jury broke out into unconcealed grins.

In consequence of the growing and unconcealed departure of the liberal Congregationalists from the doctrinal standards of the past there arose a feeling among the conservatives that the former group should go out of fellowship, but the communal conditions of the parish made this out of the question.

Miss Wollaston saw them go with unconcealed dismay, but it was hard to see how even a conscientious chaperon could have prevented it so long as the child's elder brother would do nothing to back her up.

For a time this overt intention was frustrated by old Reinhardt, smitten with an admiration as unconcealed for the beautiful stranger.

The young men gazed at her with the most unconcealed delight.

She flared hot against the disparaging note, the unconcealed contempt Fyfe seemed to have for him.

It was then frank and unconcealed; and therefore the presumption was, that it was for purposes that required no concealment.

Severance's unconcealed grief, a rather large circle of devoted friends in whom he confided, and the fact that Adelaide had to go to Nevada to get her divorce, led most people to believe that she had simply found some one she liked better.

Nothing but the conventionalities, I think kept him from shaping his treatment of me on the basis of unconcealed disgust.

againeyeing both the old man and me with disgust that was unconcealed.

Nor was the result less obvious to all the members of the Court, who, as their several interests prompted, were either overjoyed or dismayed at the unconcealed supremacy of the vainglorious Marquis, whose bearing became more arrogant than ever, and who appeared at each moment ready to dispute precedency even with the Princes of the Blood themselves.

As for snobbishness, was not the silly-child American brand of it less ridiculous than this unblushing and unconcealed self-reverence, without any physical, mental or material justification whatsoever?

She fancied she appreciated why Ross eyed his mother and sister with unconcealed hostility and spoke almost harshly when they compelled him to break his silence.

Sahwah sat and looked at the soldiers in the car with unconcealed envy.

There were young girls who had been sheltered in convent schools, now submerged in the great crowd of fugitives, so utterly without the comforts of life that the common decencies of civilization could not be regarded, but gave way to the unconcealed necessities of human nature.

It was a questioning, analytic look, yet, unconcealed, it bore the tolerance of a strong man for a weak.

The Texan stared in unconcealed surprise.

Then Mr. Evarts, in a voice of unconcealed emotion, but with admirable dignity and touching eloquence, speaking for Seward and for New York, moved to make the nomination unanimous.

Therefore the agitators of South Carolina scanned the President's message with unconcealed eagerness.

The black oak rafters of the roof, polished as it were by age, meet overhead unconcealed by ceiling.

Miss Munch's venom was a thing too crude and unconcealed to face with indifference.

"A nosegay!" cried Gotzkowsky, as with unconcealed astonishment he looked now on the paper, now on the king.

Billyfor it was hestood absolutely confounded, as though a ghost had suddenly appeared; and Carter, after enjoying his unconcealed terror, collared him, and hauled him off to the police station.

Rowena sat in her ragged dress, her burst shoes drawn in under her skirt, looking at her family with an expression of unconcealed scorn.

His affection for me was unconcealed, and I was sure that no other man was received as his companionnot that he was distant, but that he was not approached.

Ah! the white flower to nourish here amid unconcealed corruption, with petals stainless, with bloom undimmed, with all its exquisite fragrance still fresh and wholesome in an air heavy with wine and the odor of dying roses.

But even Christian's word of honour was seldom allowed to bar the way to his pleasure, and within a few weeks of Isabella's bridal entry into Copenhagen, Dyveke and her mother resumed their places at his Court, to his Queen's unconcealed disgust and displeasure.

Waitz's remarks on the Supreme Being of the Negro are well worth noting, from his unconcealed astonishment at the discovery.

Her whole attitude was one of unconcealed triumph.

Matilda's face of unconcealed disgust nearly provoked Sylvia to uncontrolled laughter, but she checked herself in time, and went to get the unwelcome visitor a drink in the hope of speeding his departure.

Her words had been few, but their displeasure had been unconcealed.

" Their affectionate chat was interrupted by a stout servant laying a snowy cloth, and after her sailed in Mrs. Gilbert, with a red face, and pride unconcealed and justifiable, carrying a grand dish of smoking hot boiled beef, set in a very flower bed, so to speak, of carrots, turnips, and suet dumplings; the servant followed with a brown basin, almost as big as a ewer, filled with mealy potatoes, whose jackets hung by a thread.

His scientific attainments were recognised by the University of Oxford, where he held the post of Lecturer in Chemistry, until the time of the French Revolution, when he was obliged to resign it, owing to the scandal caused by the unconcealed intensity of his liberal opinions.

On occasions when she visited Rowan's unconcealed mother, she allowed time to make regarding herself almost an honest declaration.