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1  We might say that was his dream.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 30 D'ARTAGNAN AND THE ENGLISHMAN
2  I have dreamed that the unlucky Englishman was dead.
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Get Context   In 48 A FAMILY AFFAIR
3  He kept himself upright and dreamed, without sleeping.
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Get Context   In 27 THE WIFE OF ATHOS
4  We know that the dream of his life had been to become a Musketeer.
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Get Context   In 47 THE COUNCIL OF THE MUSKETEERS
5  It is true that all was like a dream, but it was not the less frightful.
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Get Context   In 56 CAPTIVITY: THE FIFTH DAY
6  External existence then resembles a sleep of which this thought is the dream.
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Get Context   In 26 ARAMIS AND HIS THESIS
7  He had walked as one walks in a dream; he had a glimpse of objects as through a fog.
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Get Context   In 14 THE MAN OF MEUNG
8  It is that, then," replied the young man, anxious to find out the truth, "it is that, then, I remember as we remember a dream.
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Get Context   In 28 THE RETURN
9  Bonacieux saw her go without being able to follow her; she was like people who dream they are pursued, and who in vain try to walk.
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Get Context   In 63 THE DROP OF WATER
10  This noise acted upon her joy like the storm which awakens the sleeper in the midst of a happy dream; she grew pale and ran to the window, while Mme.
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Get Context   In 63 THE DROP OF WATER
11  I cannot recollect whether it was by steel or by poison; only of this I am sure, I have dreamed he was dead, and you know my dreams never deceive me.
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Get Context   In 48 A FAMILY AFFAIR
12  My sister and I are skillful in interpreting dreams, and even entertain great fear of them; but of yours it may be said, I hope, every dream is an illusion.
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Get Context   In 48 A FAMILY AFFAIR
13  Felton, as pale as death, remained some instants with his ear bent and listening; then, when the sound was quite extinct, he breathed like a man awaking from a dream, and rushed out of the apartment.
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Get Context   In 54 CAPTIVITY: THE THIRD DAY
14  In fact, the dream of poor Bazin had always been to serve a churchman; and he awaited with impatience the moment, always in the future, when Aramis would throw aside the uniform and assume the cassock.
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Get Context   In 26 ARAMIS AND HIS THESIS
15  Porthos comprehended that this chest, although it did not correspond in shape with that which he had seen in his dreams, must be the blessed coffer, and he congratulated himself that the reality was several feet higher than the dream.
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Get Context   In 32 A PROCURATOR'S DINNER
16  I had vague perceptions of space traversed, of the rolling of a carriage, of a horrible dream in which my strength had become exhausted; but all this was so dark and so indistinct in my mind that these events seemed to belong to another life than mine, and yet mixed with mine in fantastic duality.
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Get Context   In 56 CAPTIVITY: THE FIFTH DAY
17  His warm and fickle imagination, which in Gascony had rendered him formidable to young chambermaids, and even sometimes their mistresses, had never dreamed, even in moments of delirium, of half the amorous wonders or a quarter of the feats of gallantry which were here set forth in connection with names the best known and with details the least concealed.
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Get Context   In 2 THE ANTECHAMBER OF M. DE TREVILLE
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