indiscreet

[ in-di-skreet ]SEE DEFINITION OF indiscreet

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Is it indiscreet to ask you whether you passed your evening agreeably?

Imogen was not heedless and indiscreet; she would not have sacrificed the dignity of innocence.

Joseph is as greedy and as ravenous as Lucien, but not so frank or indiscreet.

But is there any potion which might serve as a test of overboldness and excessive and indiscreet boasting?

Of Charles's indiscreet escapade in the matter of Aquila nothing was said.

Above all, you must learn to conquer yourself and your indiscreet will.

"You have been most indiscreet," he said severely, when the Prince had finished.

He'll be as indiscreet as you wish, and be sure to give him the opportunity.

He was silent for so long that I began to think I had been indiscreet, and should get no answer at all.

Of course, rash and indiscreet as he is, this is not to be done openly.

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