1 Sometimes Scarlett found it hard to dissemble her feelings, for she still thought Aunt Pitty the silliest of old ladies and her vagueness and vaporings irritated her unendurably.
2 She still hated the Yankees with as fierce a hate as on the day when they tried to burn Tara, but she could dissemble that hate.
3 Yet without power to kill, or change, or shun the fact; he likewise knew that to mankind he did long dissemble; in some sort, did still.
4 In fact, we must not dissemble that the oscillation of the tall trees and the reflection of the moon in the dark underwood gave him serious uneasiness.
5 He did not even give himself the trouble to dissemble, and displayed it with affectation before the queen.
6 You can hardly doubt the purport of my discourse, however your natural delicacy may lead you to dissemble; my attentions have been too marked to be mistaken.
7 Monks cast a look of hate, which, even then, he could not dissemble, at the astonished boy, and sat down near the door.
8 She had lived too long among people who dissembled politely not to feel disturbed at hearing her own thoughts put into words.
9 Her search was rewarded by the discovery of a very blond young man with a soft reddish beard, who, at the other end of the carriage, appeared to be dissembling himself behind an unfolded newspaper.
10 But that thing of his dissembling was only subject to his perceptibility, not to his will determinate.