### Sentence Examples:

You have kept still about it, but Pierson himself has **let the cat out of the bag**.

Aren't you afraid you'll **let the cat out of the bag**?

What a happy thought it was of yours to **let the cat out of the bag**.

"Then I've **let the cat out of the bag**!"

There, that'**s letting the cat out of** the bag, and it's done now.

I almost **let the cat out of the bag**, just to please her.

"Shouldn't wonder if Harry Moss **let the cat out of the bag**," was the answer.

We may as well **let the cat out of the bag**, Nina, and tell him.

Douglas **let the cat out of the bag** as to his relations with Miss Graves.

A Close Friend of the Offending Landlord Lets the Cat out of the Bag.

I've gone and **let the cat out of the bag**, but I don't care.

When he got to the ship, he **let the cat out of the bag**.

You won't tell Frank if I **let the cat out of the bag**?

If we have too many there will be sure to be someone to **let the cat out of the bag**.

I've **let the cat out of the bag** again.

I did not **let the cat out of the bag**, but I made it jump out.

She **let the cat out of the bag**, on the way home this afternoon.

She is the King's tool, but she **let the cat out of the bag** when cornered.

They might **let the cat out of the bag** without intending to.

He's a potential customer, but we don't want to **let the cat out of the bag** yet, do we?

I also think that Margaret and I between us pretty well **let the cat out of the bag**.

"I expressly told you not to **let the cat out of the bag**."

It can do no harm now to **let the cat out of the bag** and tell the whole truth!

He may **let the cat out of the bag**.

I've gone and **let the cat out of the bag**, after all!

No, he ought never to have **let the cat out of the bag**.

Blab, tell a secret, tell tales, **let the cat out of the bag**.

The old fool very nearly **let the cat out of the bag** though!

I almost **let the cat out of the bag**!

That would **let the cat out of the bag**, with a vengeance.

The Admiralty swore me to secrecy, and now they've **let the cat out of the bag**.

Then he broke down, and, afraid of **letting the cat out of the** bag, he ran away.

Chunky **lets the cat out of the** bag.

I **let the cat out of the bag** and told Maud you were going away!

Be careful when Moira comes, or ye may **let the cat out of the bag**.

Probably mother may want a statement from you as soon as I **let the cat out of the bag**.

Don't forget that, and don't, by a slip, **let the cat out of the bag**.

I won't **let the cat out of the bag** on you this time!'

This **let the cat out of the bag**, and the entire matter was laid before the Kaiser.

He came pretty near **letting the cat out of the** bag that time.

I find I've come very near **to letting the cat out of** the bag.

Hank had **let the cat out of the bag** with a vengeance.

One night he took my uncle into his room, locked the door, and **let the cat out of the bag**.

If that didn't **let the cat out of the bag**, nothing would!

He praises discretion, but would rather **let the cat out of the bag** than a fox.

This is doubtless true, but the statement **lets the cat out of the** bag.

You needn't be afraid, Jimmy, I'm not going to **let the cat out of the bag**.

They appear to be quiet and shrewd, but they always **let the cat out of the bag**.

"If you need anything, **let the cat out of the bag**!"

On the morrow they came, and "**let the cat out of the bag**."