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Dissembling numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. What wicked and dissembling glass of mine.
  2. She saw that I was dissembling, but looked straight at me cheerfully and simply.
  3. This entailed the dissembling of the ruling elite and their wealth, the military systems of.
  4. But that thing of his dissembling was only subject to his perceptibility, not to his will determinate.
  5. Dissimulation: The act of dissembling; concealing true thoughts and intentions by falsehood and hypocrisy.

  6. Amalrus shrugged his shoulders, smiled whimsically and reached for a goblet, dissembling his fear and fury.
  7. The dissembling sun had dropped halfway down the sky without seeming to traverse any of the space in between.
  8. It was the least ignoble form of dissembling forced upon him by that parody of civilized institutions which offended his intelligence, his uprightness, and his sense of right.
  9. Nevertheless, so well did he succeed in that dissembling, that when with ivory leg he stepped ashore at last, no Nantucketer thought him otherwise than but naturally grieved, and that to the quick, with the terrible casualty which had overtaken him.
  10. They yelled "Viva Montero! Viva Pedrito!" In order to make them still more enthusiastic, and from the natural pleasure he had in dissembling, he dropped the reins on his horse's neck, and with a tremendous effect of familiarity and confidence slipped his hands under the arms of Senores Fuentes and Gamacho.
  11. A wariness of mind he would answer as fitted all and, laying hand to jaw, he said dissembling, as his wont was, that as it was informed him, who had ever loved the art of physic as might a layman, and agreeing also with his experience of so seldomseen an accident it was good for that mother Church belike at one blow had birth and death pence and in such sort deliverly he scaped their questions.
  12. I had left her only the evening before, so fully, so firmly resolved within my self on doing right! A few hours were to have engaged her to me for ever; and I remember how happy, how gay were my spirits, as I walked from the cottage to Allenham, satisfied with myself, delighted with every body! But in this, our last interview of friendship, I approached her with a sense of guilt that almost took from me the power of dissembling.
  13. Hadn’t he told Pulaski that the goal was just to finish the profile? And yet there was this dissembling body, this conglomerate Richard, returning to the kitchen, reiterating that he was sure Samantha would be okay (which he wasn’t), and that Carmine should get some sleep (which he probably couldn’t), and just generally knitting that doily of horseshit you were expected to insert between the bereaved and the fact that no one, in the end, made it out of this life alive.
  1. We covered a lot of territory that was not germane to the issue at hand, Timothy dissembled.
  2. He and Torkhan remained hidden in the forest, watching with hatred as the campsite was dissembled.
  3. An hour or so later, the last tents were dissembled and packed while Adem trotted around in the saddle.
  4. There were more tents if needed, but the weather allowed for a makeshift campsite that could be easily dissembled.
  5. When, coming out of his laboratory to meals, he found her not at the table but on the sofa, her face turned to the wall and buried in an orange so that the dinner smell might be in some small measure dissembled and cloaked, he often patted her before beginning to eat and said, Poor little woman.
  1. Rone, however, quietly dissembles.
  2. He who hates dissembles with his lips, and lays up deceit within him; when he speaks fair, do not believe him.

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1. She but she could dissemble that hate.
2. He began to tremble, and could not dissemble.
3. Only a narrow, vulgar Soul could so dissemble.
4. He could dissemble and inveigle with the best of them.
5. He did not seem to notice the actions she sought to dissemble.
6. Yet it often happens that rumors and whispers dissemble when.
7. I had taken for granted that he would dissemble, but he had begun upon it with such bluntnesf.
8. This man carried himself with an erect, aggressive bearing that was too natural for him to realize it himself, much less dissemble it.
9. Yet without power to kill, or change, or shun the fact; he likewise knew that to mankind he did long dissemble; in some sort, did still.
10. You’re right, they didn’t, Garcia said, fully prepared to dissemble, but with just enough truth to add credibility to his story.
11. He did this quite openly, before us all, seeing I suppose no reason why he should dissemble his interest in his future wife's dimples and curls.
12. Yes, he had a nature like crystal, you could see him right through; he could not lie, he could not dissemble; not simply thin skinned, but with all his nerves laid bare, as if he were flayed.
13. Sheila began to have second thoughts of the wisdom of having pushed her way in here, but saw the need to dissemble now and hope to gain her freedom later when she might not be surrounded by fake-friendly men and women who didn't boggle at pushing her around.
14. The potential consequences if those who’d trusted them discovered they’d been lied to were bad enough to contemplate, but for all the masks Aivah had been forced to assume, all the times she’d had no choice but to dissemble, her position was as driven by moral considerations as by pragmatism.
15. Then said Christian, What means this? The Shepherds told them, This is a by-way to hell, a way that hypocrites go in at; namely, such as sell their birthright, with Esau; such as sell their master, with Judas; such as blaspheme the gospel, with Alexander; and that lie and dissemble, with Ananias and Sapphira his wife.
16. Morrison could not for all that dissemble the disappointment and sternness of her heart, and the old lady glanced up at her as she came in with a kind of quavering fearfulness, like that of a little child who is afraid it may be going to be whipped, or of a conscientious dog who has lapsed unaccountably from rectitude.
17. It is better to dissemble your wrong and not give this wicked man the chance of entering the house now and finding us alone; consider, senora, we are weak women and he is a man, and determined, and as he comes with such a base purpose, blind and urged by passion, perhaps before you can put yours into execution he may do what will be worse for you than taking your life.
18. Upon what ground, then, sir, is it that we are called on to pass this additional non-importation act against Great Britain? If France has revoked her decrees, is not a non-importation with Great Britain inevitable, and does it not exist? But I will put the key to the door; let us not dissemble; France has not revoked, and for that cause and that alone, has the question arisen, whether there be at this time a legal non-importation with Great Britain.