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He would see the parties married, and then violate the confidence of the man who had taught him that trick; he would divulge the secret and so remove somewhat of the obloquy that attached to his niece's fame.
The ape-man was anxious to proceed to America, but D'Arnot insisted that he must accompany him to Paris first, nor would he divulge the nature of the urgent necessity upon which he based his demand.
She did not divulge its contents either to her daughters or the general, but her conduct towards the former became affectionate in the extreme.
Fouquet should in his turn have a devoted friend who knew this state secret, and felt that he possessed strength and courage enough to divulge this secret, after having had the strength to carry it locked up in his own heart for twenty years.
What he will divulge I cannot tell, but I have no doubt that your Grace could make him understand that it is to his interest to be silent.
Perhaps it is tell-tale to divulge that for a moment Hook entranced her, and we tell on her only because her slip led to strange results.
If a Mahar had found it, which was quite improbable, the chances were that the dominant race would never divulge the fact that they had recovered the precious document.
She might be forced to divulge information of value to the British commander before Smuts had her shot.
There is such a matter now in his possession that would make the fame and fortune of any Russian who could divulge it to his government.
I know quite well that if Ronnie has had any particularly thrilling experiences, he won't tell us about them, and I also know that your brain is packed full of secrets which nothing in the world would induce you to divulge.
The principal point is, that he is sure not to divulge the secret, for the very good reason that he does not know it himself.
He knew how to watch the thing that was strange, and to wait for a weakness, for a place of entrance, to divulge itself.