Breathe not the secret, above all, to the man thou wottest of.
"I will keep thy secret, as I have his," said Hester.
Her quick observing faculty had just detected that Clara's face showed no signs of relief, now that she had unburdened herself of her secret
. There was something clearly under the surface here--something of importance that still remained to be discovered.
"That when once taken, he shall be shut up in a fortress from which her secret
shall never escape."
I did as he bade, and then together we sought the secret
panel through which I had just entered the apartment--the one at the opposite end of the room from that through which the girl had led her savage companions.
I judge Anne Catherick's words by his actions, and I believe there is a secret
Anna acknowledged that she had betrayed Antonio's secret
, but pleaded her duty to her friend in justification.
While the Grangers expired in flame and blood, and organized labor was disrupted, the socialists held their peace and perfected their secret
"A single kink in my brain," Thomson continued, "a secret
weakness, perhaps even a dash of lunacy, and I might be quite reasonably the master-spy of the world.
One fact, however, remained permanent throughout all the developments of this affair behind Butteridge's preposterous love interest, his politics and personality, and all his shouting and boasting, and that was that, so far as the mass of people knew, he was in sole possession of the secret
of the practicable aeroplane in which, for all one could tell to the contrary, the key of the future empire of the world resided.
What is said to be the great secret
of our trade, can you tell me that?"
But if these secret
golden keys did seem to open in him his own secret
golden treasuries, yet did his breath upon them prove but tarnishing.