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Lincoln's death unnerved the strongest mind, and touched the heart of the nation with undissembled sadness and pity.
If so, we need not fear investigation, because nothing can be detected but an honourable, undissembled mind.
What big tears of undissembled pain poured down thine aged cheeks!
A large congregation of people assembled on the occasion, whose undissembled grief showed how much he was beloved.
Sergius knelt, received the trembling hands on his bowed head, and kissed them with undissembled veneration.
Undissembled, un-di-sem′bld, adj. not dissembled, open: unfeigned.
Taking part in each others' concerns with an undissembled sympathy.
MAN OF UZ, AND OTHER POEMSLYDIA HOWARD SIGOURNEY
He had scarcely rolled up his riband with undissembled indignation, when dinner was announced.
MANNERS, VOL 3 OF 3FRANCES BROOKE
It was very profane—an undissembled mockery of a religious procession.
ROMANTIC SPAINJOHN AUGUSTUS O'SHEA
Soon enough Robert saw himself very far gone from the undissembled sternness of his old resolutions.
ROBERT ORANGEJOHN OLIVER HOBBES

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