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Carr, with an attempt at jocularity that did not, however, disguise an irritated suspiciousness.
I was breaking for any place where I could get away from these fellows that are after me; then I was going to put on this disguise and get some different clothes, and--"
O'CONNELL, "under what specious term it may disguise itself, slavery is still hideous.
The disguise, equivocation, mystery, so hateful to her to practise, might soon be over.
excepting the slightest possible touch of rouge on her cheeks) having been kept in reserve to disguise her the more effectually in her second part.
How she managed to keep her disguise I never could understand.
John of Rampayne, an excellent juggler and minstrel, undertook to effect the escape of one Audulf de Bracy, by presenting himself in disguise at the court of the king, where he was confined.
John, a man of generous disposition, as was shown by his extreme liberality to his brother, the famous John Andrea Doria; and what made his death the more sad was that he was slain by some Arabs to whom, seeing that the fort was now lost, he entrusted himself, and who offered to conduct him in the disguise of a Moor to Tabarca, a small fort or station on the coast held by the Genoese employed in the coral fishery.
What the disguise of her lover would be, Julia could not imagine--probably, that of a wandering harper: but then she remembered that there were no harpers in America, and the very singularity might betray his secret.
I will not disguise my sentiments on this change from you, my dear mother, though I think you had better not communicate them to my father, whose excessive anxiety about Reginald would subject him to an alarm which might seriously affect his health and spirits.
Cartwright had come down with me, and in his disguise as a country boy he was of great assistance to me.
You are Eve, and I am the old Other One come to tempt you in the disguise of an inferior animal.