- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unbosom.
“Have a drink," was his invariable reply, though once he unbosomed himself enough to say that”
“Since she had entered into life, and found the difficulty of the part she had to act, to this worthy old lady alone had she unbosomed her secret cares.”
“He had thus far unbosomed himself and he knew that it would be reported to the public.”
“At the third bottle of champagne, Raoul unbosomed himself as he had never done before in his life.”
“This little society now past two or three very agreeable hours together, in which the uncle, who was a very great lover of his bottle, had so well plyed his nephew, that this latter, though not drunk, began to be somewhat flustered; and now Mr. Nightingale, taking the old gentleman with him upstairs into the apartment he had lately occupied, unbosomed himself as follows: -”
“When, warmed by champagne, he had her all to himself, he unbosomed himself of his wrongs; of his smothered resentment against the new chef at the club; his worry over the house in”
“She had unbosomed herself to one or two trusty female friends who lived near her, and she had applied for advice and assistance to two priests.”
“Once or twice the old man questioned me on the subject of my misery, but I evaded him; once, indeed, when he looked particularly benevolent, I think I should have unbosomed myself to him, but we were interrupted.”
“I, however, gave him no satisfactory answer, being apprehensive that, if I unbosomed myself, I should become as much an object of horror to him as I had long been to myself.”
“She unbosomed to him without hesitation her cares and apprehensions.”
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