undisguised


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The superficial polish of his manner was gone; the undisguised man, sullen, distrustful, irritated to the last degree of endurance, showed through.
He looked with undisguised contempt across the sleepers to where Charles Crayton snored in his red beard.
It was most amusing to see the undisguised smile of satisfaction with which one young woman with her face painted black, tied several bits of scarlet cloth round her head with rushes.
He had a fine voice and took undisguised pleasure in reading his poems aloud.
The three women, meanwhile, scrutinized the commandant with the undisguised curiosity that country people do not scruple to express.
His countenance fell as he met my steady gaze, and he turned away in very obvious disappointment, and walked up to the fire-place, where he stood in an attitude of undisguised dejection, leaning against the chimney-piece with his forehead sunk upon his arm.
Tom showed such undisguised and open-mouthed interest in his narrations that the old guard rubbed up his memory, and launched out into a graphic history of all the performances of the boys on the roads for the last twenty years.
All the rest of the people in the dressing tent were watching the same thing, with the exception of De Ville whom I noticed staring at Wallace with undisguised hatred.
Sir," said Dobbin, starting up in undisguised anger; "no man shall abuse that lady in my hearing, and you least of all.
she cried, looking with terror at the undisguised hatred in his whole face, and especially in his cruel, menacing eyes
And with them, here and there, undisguised by their decent American clothing, smaller in bulk and stature, weazened not alone by age but by the pinch of lean years and early hardship, were grandfathers and mothers who had patently first seen the light of day on old Irish soil.
Once more the housekeeper said, "I am quite of your opinion, miss," and once more she looked at me with undisguised admiration of my extraordinary common-sense.