But so deadly is his fear of the mysterious Mr. King that although he has agreed to assist me in my plans, he will not consent to divulge an atom of information until the raid is successfully performed.
The Unwillingness to receive good Tidings is a Quality as inseparable from a Scandal-Bearer, as the Readiness to divulge bad.
I have only deliver'd the Prophecy of that Part of my Life which is past, it being inconvenient to divulge the second Part 'till a more proper Opportunity.
I can't divulge how high these targets were flying or how fast they were going because it would give an indication of the performance of our latest radar, which is classified Secret.
The death of a certain royal sovereign makes it possible for me to divulge things hitherto undivulgeable.
But in another case it was held that a priest need not divulge the confession of a defendant who was held for crime.
This gentleman did not think fit to divulge the story till he met with Mr. Holt at Saint Omer's.
He had grunted so in making the effort that Sylvia felt she must reward him with more than thanks; she decided to divulge her secret and explain to him and the pleasant woman with the string-bag the history of the album.
I should like to give the exact formula for this specially prepared gas, which we called Gorilene, but unfortunately Gran'pa would never divulge the secret.
Before embarking, however, all new members of the club would have to take an oath of secrecy not to divulge its objects until they had actually been accomplished.
She did not divulge her plan to Grant till Miss Prosser was fairly gone, and then she brought all her coaxing artillery to bear on the maid, who at last reluctantly yielded to her self-willed little mistress.
In the meantime Blanche had reached the castle, and discovered the mysterious "somebody" who awaited her, of whom she could not persuade Ellis to divulge anything.
Something I can't divulge to anybody, something that tortures me!
Faithful to a secret; not inclined to divulge or betray confidence; secretive.
One appointed to keep silence and order in court; also, one sworn not to divulge secrets of state.
To divulge a secret; to betray confidence; to peach.
Gutenberg did not wish to divulge it, and Dritzehen probably hoped to discover it in the evidence, which begins mysteriously and dramatically.
These two men, John Fust and Peter Schœffer, carefully retained to their own advantage the secrets of the art; and for this purpose, they demanded from their workmen and servants an oath that they should not in any way divulge the process.
He thought that the time had not yet arrived to divulge to his master what had taken place between the detective and himself.
A life whose private character no journal had as yet been tempted to divulge had left no trace upon the impassive contour of his face nor on the somber dignity of his bearing.
Do not either divulge or aggravate the vices of your governors to their dishonour; for their honour is necessary to the public good.
Are we bound to reprove every backbiter, in this age when honest people are grown to make little conscience of it, but think it their duty to divulge men's faults?
Mr Chucks, as I am a gentleman I never will divulge it until you are dead and buried, and not then if you do not wish it.
Footnote 2: Important facts on this matter are withheld in the narrative above, as the possessors were unwilling, at the examination, to divulge them publicly except under the shield of an oath.
None were put on oath, hence the hearing failed of bringing out important matter, as the men having it, would notdivulge unless under oath.
Upon the news of their death, Abtusciatus, an old friend, came and purchased their bodies for five hundred drachms and three silk garments, binding himself also by oath never to divulge the sale.
I shall shortly return, and we shall see the true faith of Christ flourish again in this kingdom, with full liberty to profess it; but divulge not this secret to any.
In his first catechetic instructions, he commands the catechumens not to divulge any part of our mysteries to any infidel, as unworthy, and exhorts them to the dispositions and preparation for holy baptism, viz.
How and when this uneffaced wound was received, we shalldivulge in the succeeding chapter.
The repeated mention of her brother's name during the day which preceded her dissolution, led me to the conclusion that whatever she had to divulge was connected with him.
Being afraid of these men, the driver left Corrinne immediately, believing that the so-called detectives were only sharpers, and would do him bodily harm if he did not divulge the hiding place of the treasure.
He was consequently informed by Cook that he must either divulge his secrets or submit to sudden annihilation.
He maintained that he was not a heretic, but a Christian, and absolutely refused to divulge anything that would bring his brethren into trouble.
My money was all gone, even that I had secretly received from Madam de Warrens: I had been so indiscreet as to divulge this secret, and my conductors had taken care to profit by it.