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.
To my surprise his smile faded, and a flush of undisguised
annoyance made him, if anything, better-looking than ever.
I dropped back again into my chair, in undisguised
dread of what was coming next.
All the rest of the people in the dressing tent were watching the same thing, with the exception of De Ville whom I noticed staring at Wallace with undisguised
He also possessed a philosophic bent, to the great delight of his grandfather, who used to hold Socratic conversations with him, in which the precocious pupil occasionally posed his teacher, to the undisguised
satisfaction of the womenfolk.
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.
It was Tars Tarkas, and I could read his thoughts as they were an open book for the undisguised
loathing upon his face.
However, to me personally the scene DID seem to be worth undisguised
contemplation--more especially in view of the fact that I had come there not only to look at, but also to number myself sincerely and wholeheartedly with, the mob.
They swooped down close to the long pirogues that navigated the lake; and the wild fishermen, terrified at the sight of the balloon, would plunge into the water and regain their islands with every symptom of undisguised
Alarmed at herself--fearing some further betrayal of a change so marked in its occasion, she rose and said in a low voice with undisguised
anxiety, "I must go; I have overtired myself.
Tip, during this conversation, was looking at the Woodman with undisguised
amazement, and noticed that the celebrated Emperor of the Winkies was composed entirely of pieces of tin, neatly soldered and riveted together into the form of a man.
Lady Montbarry, rising on the sofa for the first time, watched her with undisguised
scrutiny as she crossed the room--then sank back into a reclining position once more.