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  • Individually, we have no difficulty in finding our happiness, but we are made advance toward it through the twisted byways of an unfrank world.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • Mary saw him growing up very unfrank and secretive; which, to her, spelt deceitful.

    The Way Home

  • I want to be let alone, in a woman world -- a world without Main Street, or politicians, or business men, or men with that sudden beastly hungry look, that glistening unfrank expression that wives know -- --

    Main Street

  • I want to be let alone, in a woman world -- a world without Main Street, or politicians, or business men, or men with that sudden beastly hungry look, that glistening unfrank expression that wives know ----

    Main Street

  • In a woman so unfrank, her occasional bursts of frankness were surprising and, as he thought, not altogether complimentary.

    The Desert and the Sown

  • I want to be let alone, in a woman world — a world without Main Street, or politicians, or business men, or men with that sudden beastly hungry look, that glistening unfrank expression that wives know — — “If Erik were here, if he would just sit quiet and kind and talk, I could be still, I could go to sleep.

    Main Street

  • Consequently, they are laughing at Uncle Sam here ” it comes near to being ridicule, in fact, for seeming to jump at Bernstorff's unfrank assurances.

    The Life and Letters of Walter H Page

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