1 Once, she whispered, she was going by when an indiscreet window-shade had been left up a couple of inches.
2 If Carol was so indiscreet as to murmur that she had a small headache, instantly the two Smails and Kennicott were at it.
3 He visited me several times after that and each time I was indiscreet.
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4 She was persuaded to believe the engagement a wrong thing: indiscreet, improper, hardly capable of success, and not deserving it.
5 Yeobright had enunciated the word "her" with a fervour which, in conversation with a mother, was absurdly indiscreet.
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6 No, sir, we have strong reason to believe that he already understands that he has acted in an indiscreet and hot-headed manner.
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7 The indiscreet touch of a glance brutalizes this vague penumbra.
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8 Vain and indiscreet, it was as easy to see through him as through a crystal.
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9 Women are very indiscreet, my sister.
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10 "It is not indiscreet," returned Morcerf, with the simplicity of conviction.
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11 "She's got an indiscreet voice," I remarked.
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