The son was more reluctant, contemplating his mother with suspicion and his father with an ill-disguised hint of contempt.
Each looked at the other interrogatively, with ill-disguised hostility.
"And I am five-and-thirty," she replied, with ill-disguised satisfaction.
The senator shrugged his shoulders with ill-disguised contempt.
"A fall against Newgate is accounted a sign of death by the halter," replied Wild, with ill-disguised malignity.
He stooped down, and would have kissed her; but she drew back with ill-disguised horror.
He had an ill-disguised contempt for any music which did not come up to his ideal.
He brought the brandy, and with ill-disguised contempt placed it before him without a word.
It was with visible reluctance and ill-disguised contempt that Wilkins served them.
"Why no,—I think—you had better—better say nothing about it," said Sophia, with ill-disguised anxiety and evident confusion.