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does “of discounting the possibility that he was being deliberately mysterious” mean "she doesn't think him mysterious any more?"

【“I can’t say.”
“Why not?”
“I’d rather not say that, either.”
Robin no longer saw Strike through Matthew’s eyes; no longer wondered whether he was faking, or showing off, or pretending to be cleverer than he was. She did him the credit, now, of discounting the possibility that he was being deliberately mysterious. All the same, she repeated, as though she must have heard him wrongly:
“Brian Mathers.”
“Yeah.”
“The Death Threat Man.”】

For learning: French
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Hi,

    Maybe asking the English section should be better ^^

    For me, she thought he was mysterious on purpose but she changed her mind. She still find him mysterious.

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