unbosoming

[ uhn-boo z-uh m, -boo-zuh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF unbosoming
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He came once to take her to luncheon, but it was out of a sentiment for the past, and a need of unbosoming himself.

It was necessary to guess, so rare was any instance of his unbosoming himself to either friends or confidants.

But I am hurried sometimes beyond the sense of pain, when unbosoming myself to friends who harmonize with me in principle.

Under his gently diplomatic prompting she found relief in unbosoming herself.

But, as she did not speak, Lupin put questions to her, to make her feel a gradual need of unbosoming herself.

If he broaches a subject on which you have a real and deep living interest, you shrink from unbosoming yourself to him.

Forgive me for unbosoming myself with you, who alone can understand me; you alone, except my friend, understand what I suffer.

It gives us an opportunity of unbosoming our feelings and views and wishes not only with safety, but often with sympathy.

And yet she existed—she exists still—she is speaking to you—unbosoming herself in the midst of her dear family!

The burgraves of the party of Order did not for a moment deceive themselves on the confidence that this unbosoming deserved.

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