no rumour

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  • No rumour of the operation was allowed to reach the enemy. Cited from History of Modern Europe 1792-1878, by C. A. Fyffe
  • Also that evidently no rumour had reached her yet. Cited from Winding Paths, by Gertrude Page
  • So well was the secret kept that no rumour of the storm about to burst upon them reached the Danes. Cited from The Dragon and the Raven, by G. A. Henty
  • Evidently the old fellow had heard no rumour concerning Hal's secret. Cited from King Coal, by Upton Sinclair
  • Master Peter long enjoyed the profits of his journey to the mountain, and no rumour of it ever got abroad. Cited from The Crimson Fairy Book, Andrew Lang, Ed.
  • For the present, however, no rumour of this part of the negotiation reached Berlin. Cited from History of Modern Europe 1792-1878, by C. A. Fyffe
  • No rumour of the extraordinary circumstances that had led to his undertaking the voyage had reached their fellow passengers. Cited from The Tidal Wave and Other Stories, by Ethel May Dell
  • But it was the fact that no rumour of the duel had reached the Earl till this morning. Cited from Phineas Finn, by Anthony Trollope
  • No noise could penetrate into the iron silence of his prison -- no rumour, either touching his own fate or that of his friends. Cited from The Betrothed, by Sir Walter Scott
  • She put her ear quickly to the still breast, as to a sea-shell, and listened intently, and caught no rumour of life there. Cited from Leonora, by Arnold Bennett
  • The Saxons heard no rumour of his coming, for the host drew to the wood privily without trumpet or battle cry. Cited from Arthurian Chronicles: Roman de Brut, by Wace
  • She longed to see the Crofts; but when the meeting took place, it was evident that no rumour of the news had yet reached them. Cited from Persuasion, by Jane Austen
  • There hath been no rumour of it -- I alone have dreamed of it, and I may not be sure that my dreams are true. Cited from Time and the Gods, by E. J. M. D. Plunkett
  • He was profoundly proud of his daughter's genius; there is no record and no rumour of any criticism on his part, of any remonstrance or amazement. Cited from The Three Brontes, by May Sinclair
  • No rumour reached Vera, who continued to see in Tushin the friend of long standing, who was all the dearer to her since he had stretched out to her his helping hand. Cited from The Precipice, by Ivan Goncharov
  • And so it happened that no rumour prejudicial either to his sanity or to the progress of his friendship with the Lady Alicia reached the ears of the authorities. Cited from The Lunatic at Large, by J. Storer Clouston
  • On the one side it was plain that no rumour of the tale must get abroad or he would never be able to come to her again; on the other side, no word had come from Mr. Bourgoign, though two months had passed. Cited from Come Rack! Come Rope!, by Robert Hugh Benson
  • Though there had been no rumour of robbers in that country, Ali Baba began to think that they might prove such, and without considering what might become of his asses, was resolved to save himself. Cited from The Arabian Nights: Their Best-known Tales, ed. by Wiggin & Smith
  • They had lived faithful to each other in the secrecy of ecclesiastical life, loving each other with scrupulous prudence, so that no rumour of their relations had ever publicly transpired, until she died, leaving two children. Cited from The Shadow of the Cathedral, by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • On the following day Louis himself entered Ponts de Ce, where he was surprised to find the shops open, and the inhabitants as quietly pursuing their avocations as though no rumour of war had reached their ears. Cited from The Life of Marie de Medicis, Vol. 3 (of 3), by Julia Pardoe
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