Carol perceived that she had been weakened in the biological struggle by disclosing her lack of bridge.
After such a disclosure what could Carol do but return the courtesy by remarking that as for Kennicott, he wasn’t romantic enough—the darling.
The recent thaw had disclosed heaps of ashes, dog-bones, torn bedding, clotted paint-cans, all half covered by the icy pools which filled the hollows of the yards.
Dropping his voice while they bent nearer (there was no one within two miles to overhear), he disclosed the fact that in both Boston and Washington he’d been getting a lot of inside stuff on the war—right straight from headquarters—he was in touch with some men—couldn’t name them but they were darn high up in both the War and State Departments—and he would say—only for Pete’s sake they mustn’t breathe one word of this; it was strictly on the Q.T. and not generally known outside of…
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As if she’d had to do it too many times before and it had gone badly—the admission of wealth that’s greeted with too much enthusiasm, the disclosure of a secret identity that she herself didn’t create.
Gillian Flynn -- Gone Girl
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