if he did, Kory-Kory was a discreet
and sensible fellow, and I cannot sufficiently admire his shrewdness.
His wishes are then disclosed by some discreet
friend employed by him for the purpose.
But I was determined to be discreet
, to bear in mind my being only four months a widow, and to be as quiet as possible: and I have been so, my dear creature; I have admitted no one's attentions but Mainwaring's.
followers and servants, help much to reputation.
I do not speak of that greatness which is achieved by the fortunate politician or the successful soldier; that is a quality which belongs to the place he occupies rather than to the man; and a change of circumstances reduces it to very discreet
I do not see why history has not transmitted to posterity the names of these four discreet
and venerable damsels.
She was already growing impatient, and stamped her foot, ready to cry at his not coming at once, when she heard the young man's discreet
steps approaching neither quickly nor slowly.
His work is like exquisite modern Latin verse, into the academic shape of which, discreet
and coy, comes a sincere, deeply felt consciousness of modern life, of the modern world as it is.
Fain [gladly] would his dogs have known, as breathing heavily and wiping their cutlasses, they gathered at a discreet
distance from his hook, and squinted through their ferret eyes at this extraordinary man.
If Sir Theodore Barville puts it on that footing, the lawyers, even if they do not allow his wife to look at the report, will at least answer any discreet
questions she may ask referring to it.
Hush, Dorothy," whispered the Tiger; "you'll ruin my reputation if you are not more discreet
They went to Norton, where they related their strange experience to several discreet