in private

  1. kept private or confined to those intimately concerned
    it was discussed privately between the two men
    privately, she thought differently
    some member of his own party hoped privately for his defeat
    he was questioned in private
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How To Use in private In A Sentence

  • Second, that the entire Reichstag assented to the declarations made by the speakers on Tuesday that the Emperor had exceeded his constitutional prerogatives in private discussion with foreigners concerning Germany's attitude on controverted questions. New York Times Current History: The European War from the Beginning to March 1915, Vol 1, No. 2 Who Began the War, and Why?
  • The magnificent 18 th-century mansion is set in private landscaped grounds at the edge of the town, opposite the golf links and West Sands but totally screened by trees, woods and 18-foot high lodge gates.
  • Patients are marooned on trolleys because there are no available beds even though there are plenty of beds available in private nursing homes.
  • But she was advertising from the piano bench and specializing in private sessions to augment her income after her musical workday.
  • His sister played cricket, then considered very much a silvertail sport for girls in private schools.
  • During the same period the number of places in private residential homes increased by an average of over 17 percent a year.
  • In private, feel free to vent your spleen, cry, denounce the other party as a loathsome cad.
  • There were however only small increases in private and public consumption and there was a decline in construction and capital investment.
  • She would like to speak to any youngster, whether living at home, in private rent or council accommodation.
  • And as we know very well that a lady who is skilled in dancing or singing never can perfect herself without a deal of study in private, and that the song or the minuet which is performed with so much graceful ease in the assembly-room has not been acquired without vast labour and perseverance in private; so it is with the dear creatures who are skilled in coquetting. The Memoires of Barry Lyndon
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