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- adv. In an indiscreet manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an indiscreet manner; without prudence or judgment.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without discretion or wisdom or self-restraint
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The President gave to Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, of the Supreme Court, who was going abroad for the summer, a letter which he was "indiscreetly" to show Mr. Chamberlain, Mr. Balfour, and two or three other prominent Englishmen.
My hands flew up to my cheeks and I remembered those friendly French faces which now flashed before me: the old man on the bike whose smile seemed over-polite the little girl grinning sweetly, ever indiscreetly the young man who said salut (hoot hoot!)
Most of the passengers waiting appeared to be rich and stuffy, dressed in designer clothes and indiscreetly staring at one another trying to figure out what he or she does for a living.
So much the better, there is no message that indiscreetly outshouts the message that the book itself must communicate directly, that you must extract from the book, however much or little it may be.
So I am not in favor of them rolling out these products indiscreetly.
One mom who can't quite reconcile Connie's brown skin and black hair with my green-eyed blonde complexion asks indiscreetly, “Peruvian adoption?” to which I simply nod instead of asking, “Fertility treatments?” about the squalling brood in her triple-wide stroller.
John and Bill then proceeded to very indiscreetly exchange cocksucking faces across the long stretch of bar.
As Pierre Weiss, the IAAF general secretary, indiscreetly termed it: "She is a woman but maybe not 100%."
He was indiscreetly posing and I kind of got weirded out yet turned on.
Although former Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson recently professed shock that anyone could even think such a thing, the point of this obstructionism is obvious: to "break" Obama, as Senator Jim DeMint indiscreetly put it.
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