This is entre nous, and I allude to it only to explain why I am going to consult him, as well as you.
I had to eat boiled mutton every day: entre nous, I abominated it.
But Lionel, entre nous, is the son of a ruined spendthrift by a linen-draper's daughter.
entre nous, yes; but it was all above-board, and in the most gentlemanly manner.
Rochester and I and Sedley were walking one day, and—entre nous—awaiting certain appointments—hem!
I may say, entre nous, that I do not think you will be much hurt.
He says for example, "e converso" instead of "on the other hand" and "entre nous" for "between ourselves."
They are indeed legitimos, and, entre nous, they are the only things being legitimas that I have any great taste for.
Mais, entre nous soit dit, what is a man to do who is destined to stand as a 'reproach,' if not to lie down?
But entre nous, John, I have no very exalted opinion of the sex to which you belong.
between us, in private, confidentially
French 'between ourselves'
"in private," French, literally "between ourselves."