mysteries

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He wants to know what mysteries this mountain hides from his eyes.

Both sexes, and all ages, are busy at all times in the mysteries of the gaming-table.

Who cared what three half-grown boys did, while the elders were busy with their Mysteries.

She had, too, unconsciously to herself, solved one of the mysteries that surrounded me.

Caesar says those who desired to study its mysteries went to Britain.

I have adopted thy faith, though I cannot comprehend its mysteries.

In initiating them into the mysteries of French cookery my sister was of great service.

"Then let's both be mysteries to each other," she suggested.

Sacred to the bare walls of his garret be the mysteries of his interior dress!

Speak not with unseemly levity of the mysteries of the toilet,' he cried.