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May 1 , 1750, (w), ''The Rambler'' No. 13
- To tell our own secrets is generally folly, but that folly is without guilt; to communicate those with which we are intrusted is always treachery
(RQ:Scott Fortunes of Nigel)
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''The secret to a long-lasting marriage is compromise.''
Something not understood or known.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
Being or kept hidden. (defdate)
(RQ:King James Version) our God; but thoſe things which are reuealed belong unto us, and to our children for euer, that wee may doe all the words of this Law.
(RQ:Allingham China Governess)
Withdrawn from general intercourse or notice; in retirement or secrecy; secluded.
1716, (w), ''an ode to the Right Honourable John Lord Gower''
- secret in her sapphire cell
Faithful to a secret; not inclined to divulge or betray confidence; secretive, separate, apart.
(RQ:Shakespeare Julius Caesar)
1678, (w), ''The True Intellectual System of the Universe''
- They suppose two other divine hypostases superior thereunto, which were perfectly secret from matter.
To make or keep secret. (defdate)
1984, Peter Scott Lawrence, Around the mulberry tree, Firefly Books, p. 26
- ... she would unfold the silk, press it with a smooth wooden block that she'd heated in the oven, and then once more secret it away.
1986, InfoWorld, InfoWorld Media Group, Inc.
- Diskless workstations ... make it difficult for individuals to copy information ... onto a diskette and secret it away.
1994, Phyllis Granoff & Koichi Shinohara, Monks and magicians: religious biographies in Asia, Mosaic Press, p. 50
- To prevent the elixir from reaching mankind and thereby upsetting the balance of the universe, two gods secret it away.
''He was so scared for his safety he secreted arms around the house.''