And I would have thee know, Sancho, that if the naked truth
, undisguised by flattery, came to the ears of princes, times would be different, and other ages would be reckoned iron ages more than ours, which I hold to be the golden of these latter days.
It was one of those occasions which seemed to call for the naked truth
There was a fearful dismay in this suggestion of my excited imagination, and if I had allowed myself time to dwell upon it, I should no doubt have cut there and then, rushed back to my chamber, and bolted myself in; but whenever a danger or a horror is veiled with uncertainty, the primary wish of the mind is to ascertain first the naked truth
, reserving the expedient of flight for the moment when its dread anticipation shall be realized.
David," says he at last, "I've lost it; there's the naked truth
Nothing can pass there, or make you one of the circle, but the casting aside your trappings, and dealing man to man in naked truth
, plain confession, and omniscient affirmation.
Such reluctance may appear absurd if it were not for the thought that because of the imperfection of language there is always something ungracious (and even disgraceful) in the exhibition of naked truth
In either case the time for suppression is past, and every word which I tell you is the naked truth
, and this I swear as I hope for mercy.
And you, gentlemen, I assure you my anecdote is the naked truth
I guess the very best case I can make for myself is the absolute naked truth
Thus, in the crucible of shame amidst the white heat of naked truths
, the passion that the man had felt for the girl he had considered his social inferior was transmuted into love.
In the 1995-98 ABC-NBC sitcom series "The Naked Truth
," where Tea Leoni was portrayed as a tabloid reporter, Blessing acted as her unbalanced building manager, Mr.
Aphrodite -- The Naked Truth
is not the type of comic you would get for your teenage son.
Presenter Anna Richardson and contestants
MON MAY 16 - WEDMAY18 THE NAKED TRUTH
Forum Theatre, Billingham, 7.
There's a common denominator in these seemingly-disparate films, and that's Jean-Pierre Dorleac, who chronicles his years in the film industry as a costume designer in his new autobiography The Naked Truth