disguise the truth

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  • There is no use in trying to disguise the truth any longer. Cited from Without a Home, by E. P. Roe
  • Where is the use of your trying to disguise the truth that all women are slaves? Cited from At Last, by Marion Harland
  • There is no use in trying to disguise the truth. Cited from Nature's Serial Story, by E. P. Roe
  • There was no use in trying to disguise the truth. Cited from Don Strong, Patrol Leader, by William Heyliger
  • But why should I thus disguise the truth? Cited from Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit, Coleridge #2
  • He has commanded me never to conceal or disguise the truth. Cited from Lover's Vows, Mrs. Inchbald
  • Let us not disguise the truth from our readers. Cited from The Talisman, by Walter Scott
  • It would be perfectly simple and clear if you did not by your hypocrisy disguise the truth which has so unmistakably been revealed to us. Cited from Kingdom of God is within you, by Leo Tolstoy
  • It is useless to disguise the truth, Mother Oldershaw, between you and me. Cited from Armadale, by Wilkie Collins
  • Then, feeling that the reality was too brutal, she yielded to the temptation to disguise the truth. Cited from Evelyn Innes, by George Moore
  • And to disguise the truth, or be guilty of a falsehood, either direct or equivocal, that was what you had never taught me. Cited from Clarissa, Volume 6 (of 9), by Samuel Richardson
  • Dearest Lucilla, I will not disguise the truth from you. Cited from Godolphin, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 3
  • Having been the confidant of both parties, and an involuntary actor in those scenes, now that twenty-seven years have passed since they occurred what motive can induce me to disguise the truth in any respect? Cited from Memoirs of Napoleon, V6, by Bourrienne
  • Mr Boyd was not a man, be the consequences what they might, to bend before the Imperial footstool or to disguise the truth. Cited from Letters of Lady Spencer-Stanhope, v1, by Stirling
  • One thing only vexes me, which is, that you should twice disguise the truth from me, pretending that your losses were the effect of misfortunes which now seem to me more than ever incredible. Cited from The Arabian Nights Entertainments vol. 3, Anon
  • She could no longer disguise the truth from herself -- he was as truly half of her as she was of him -- and she shivered at the thought of a life to be gone through in which she should never more see his face, or hear his voice. Cited from Mr. Hogarth's Will, by Catherine Helen Spence
  • The joyful look with which she recognised him changed almost in the same moment; his face wore an expression that alarmed her; it was stern, hard-set in trouble, and his smile could not disguise the truth. Cited from The Nether World, George Gissing
  • After some hesitation, Vivian complied; and by the clearing of his brow and the very tone of his voice I felt sure that he was no longer seeking to disguise the truth. Cited from The Caxtons, by E. B. Lytton, Part 16
  • Imagination recoils from the idea that the course of nature -- the phrase helps to disguise the truth -- so unvarying and regular, the ordered sequence of movement and life, should suddenly cease. Cited from Collected Essays, Volume V, by T. H. Huxley
  • They may disguise the truth for a time, they may hide it for a brief period; just as a child, with a box of matches and a handful of straw, may, for awhile, hide the eternal stars. Cited from The Purpose of the Papacy, by John S. Vaughan
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