be indiscreet

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It might be indiscreet, on the part of a stranger," said Mrs.
for a specimen of most beautiful gloves sent us," had a line run through in the manuscript; a little reflection, telling the learned editor that it might be indiscreet to publish the fact at that precise moment.
LIVERPOOL (A POEM) City of conquest laugh and a grin All different cultures gathered within Still a great seaport, though liners are gone But the laughter and the comics still carry on Filled ith believers, trusting in God Each pub or club has a Ken Dodd We don't want to brag or be indiscreet But we've got two cathedrals at the end of our street Home of the Beatles, Scouse started too The first shook the world; the other's a stew Everton, Liverpool great football teams Wonderful fans dreaming their dreams And to finish the list of course we must state We were Capital of Culture 2008.
It would be indiscreet to reveal his identity, other than to say that if you have an awareness of marketing and are familiar with Birmingham, then you may well have identified him.
Show producers can't believe their luck and hope she will be indiscreet.
LIVERPOOL (A POEM) City of conquest laugh and a grin All different cultures gathered within Still a great seaport, though liners are gone But the laughter and the comics still carry on Filled with believers, trusting in God Each pub or club has a Ken Dodd We don't want to brag or be indiscreet But we've got two cathedrals at the end of our street Home of the Beatles, Scouse started too The first shook the world; the other's a stew Everton, Liverpool great football teams Wonderful fans dreaming their dreams And to finish the list of course we must state We were Capital of Culture 2008.
Now I know you did it because you think that way you'll be able to relax, have a laugh, be indiscreet.
City of conquest, laugh or a grin All different cultures gathered within Still a great seaport though liners are gone But the laughter and the comics still carry on Filled with believers, trusting in God Each pub or club has a Ken Dodd We don't want to brag or be indiscreet But we've got two cathedrals at the end of our street Home of the Beatles, Scouse started too The first shook the world, the other's a stew Everton, Liverpool, great football teams Wonderful fans dreaming their dreams And to finish the list, of course w e must state We are Capital of Culture, Two Thousand and Eight