- Well, I have been indiscreet, formerly; but I think I have got over it.
- She had told Morris Townsend that she would not mention him to her father, and she saw no reason to retract this vow of discretion.
- Allow me to say that it is extremely indiscreet of you to form secret alliances with young men.
- Only, I should add, he should choose his line with discretion.
- "Ah, yes, with discretion," Morris Townsend repeated sympathetically.
- She sat motionless, with her eyes bent down, staring at her open fan, deeply flushed, shrinking together as if to minimise the indiscretion of which she confessed herself guilty.
- I have not interfered, I have left you your liberty, I have remembered that you are no longer a little girl-that you have arrived at years of discretion.
- My daughter, whom you have never seen, is nothing to you; and I, possibly, am only an indiscreet and impertinent old man.
- Then she saw a gentleman standing in the middle of the room, from which her aunt had discreetly retired.
- No, I am not discreet; I know I am too pressing.
- You are not discreet.
- Excuse my indiscretion.
There are no more uses of "discreet" in the book.
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