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We stood mute and motionless behind the cactus, discreetly, or indiscreetly, watching her.
URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
The poulticed gentleman had indiscreetly left a light in his room, and this lured the lady from her path.
LINCOLNIANAANDREW ADDERUP
The lady's intention was only kind, but, unfortunately, William acted indiscreetly upon the advice.
GATHERING JEWELSJAMES KNOWLES AND MATILDA DARROCH KNOWLES
It was only in extempore speaking that a ray of his real genius could indiscreetly betray itself.
THE CAXTONS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
If you act indiscreetly, and give way to silly moods, then you will only have yourself to blame for your ruin.
THE WHITE LIEWILLIAM LE QUEUX
She felt a thrill go through her, and she turned an indiscreetly bright face upon her companion.
THE PRECIPICEELIA WILKINSON PEATTIE
I but defend my honor; Sir Edward Rivington spoke of me indiscreetly.
A DIPLOMATIC WOMANHUAN MEE
Doa Angela had just awakened: a sportive sunbeam, passing indiscreetly over her charming face, had made her open her eyes.
THE INDIAN CHIEFGUSTAVE AIMARD
I play the game with these fellows always squarely, sometimes I fear indiscreetly.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF WALTER H. PAGE, VOLUME IIBURTON J. HENDRICK
I ramble indiscreetly and tumultuously; my style and my wit wander at the same rate.
THE ESSAYS OF MONTAIGNE, COMPLETEMICHEL DE MONTAIGNE

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