He was staring at her with undisguised
surprise, and disapproval also, she thought, for though he bowed and smiled, yet something in his honest eyes made her blush and wish she had her old dress on.
They both, however, received the young man with undisguised
pleasure; the former, for a novelty, being the first to speak.
For before her, sunburnt in cheek and throat, darker in the free growth of moustache and curling hair, clad in the coarse, picturesque finery of his class, undisguised
only in his boyish beauty, sat George Kearney.
But, partly that she dreaded the secret or undisguised
interference of old Roger Chillingworth, and partly that her conscious heart imparted suspicion where none could have been felt, and partly that both the minister and she would need the whole wide world to breathe in, while they talked together -- for all these reasons Hester never thought of meeting him in any narrower privacy than beneath the open sky.
The brown of her complexion gave way on the cheek to a perceptible flush, which deepened as she saw the gaze of the strange man fixed upon her in bold and undisguised
He did not raise his to her often: a quick glance now and then sufficed; but it flashed back, each time more confidently, the undisguised
delight he drank from hers.
He was the nearest of the two to Magdalen, as he and his friend passed the place where she was sitting; and he looked at her with a sudden surprise at her beauty, with an open, hearty, undisguised
admiration, which was too evidently sincere, too evidently beyond his own control, to be justly resented as insolent; and yet, in her humor at that moment, Magdalen did resent it.
Lorry immediately remembered, and regarded his new visitor with an undisguised
look of abhorrence.
Indeed, there was a frankness in his face, an honesty, and an undisguised
show of his pride in her, and his love for her, which were, to me, the best of good looks.
And he sent every one away, except Raoul and the maid, who looked at Raoul with eyes of the most undisguised
And I would have thee know, Sancho, that if the naked truth, undisguised
by flattery, came to the ears of princes, times would be different, and other ages would be reckoned iron ages more than ours, which I hold to be the golden of these latter days.
In that little space I had seen frank and undisguised
human nature under two very different aspects, in such a sort that there was a certain grotesque element in the very midst of a most terrible tragedy.