I had laid open the deepest in me to her honest gaze, and she had read it, and could not but know me.
In less than a minute they had laid open a gap: and with that the mystery was clear.
He had laid open his mole-run for a yard or so, and was still grubbing at it absorbedly.
I dragged him on the beach; with my knife I laid open his entrails.
He had just laid open the book when Roy rushed in from the wireless room.
To such a veritable 'Thomas' in petticoats every road should be laid open.
Our public wounds cannot be concealed; to be cured, they must be laid open.
It looked as if Nate's skull would be laid open with the billet of wood.
Why do they complain, that the West Indies are not laid open?
As with a merciless scalpel the inner heart of the man is laid open.