self-confessed

[ self-kuh n-fest, self- ]
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Self-confessed it was here, then, at last the Garden of Sleep!

For "born dare-devils," self-confessed, they were a nervous and apprehensive pair.

The inefficiency of Congress and its want of moral influence were self-confessed.

He had been remiss to the self-confessed daughter of his enemy.

O you crawling, truckling, self-confessed lackeys and parasites!

I refer to the fellow Kelly, Mr. Smith's self-confessed assailant.

Self-confessed it was here, then, at last, the Garden of Sleep!

Now was he self-confessed as a principal in one of the shadiest of them all.

Cicely Foterell and Emlyn Stower, you are foul witches, self-confessed.

And now he stood before her for the second time a self-confessed thief.

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