1 We have had such an adventure, such an agonising experience.
2 Van Helsing had not intended to recall her frightful experience.
3 I never saw in all my experience the Professor work in such deadly earnest.
4 A whole night lost, and I know by bitter experience what may happen in a night.
5 It is a new experience to me to find a lunatic who talk philosophy, and reason so sound.
6 You will need all your faith, even you who have had such an experience as that of to-day.
7 I had gained a new painful experience; the Count could, it was evident, handle the earth-boxes himself.
8 On the summit of the East Cliff the new searchlight was ready for experiment, but had not yet been tried.
9 When we met at early breakfast there was more general cheerfulness than any of us had ever expected to experience again.
10 Even had we not the proof of our own unhappy experience, the teachings and the records of the past give proof enough for sane peoples.
11 I am glad, glad, that I may here be of some use to you; for if your husband suffer, he suffer within the range of my study and experience.
12 I suppose it was the recollection, so powerfully brought home to me by the grim surroundings, of that terrible experience in Transylvania.
13 So far, then, we have all we may act upon; and let me tell you that very much of the beliefs are justified by what we have seen in our own so unhappy experience.
14 Mina took a growing interest in everything and I was rejoiced to see that the exigency of affairs was helping her to forget for a time the terrible experience of the night.
15 I have always thought that a wild animal never looks so well as when some obstacle of pronounced durability is between us; a personal experience has intensified rather than diminished that idea.
16 I remembered my experience of the investigation and purchase of Carfax, and I could not but feel that if I could find the former owner there might be some means discovered of gaining access to the house.
17 I had a growing conviction that this sudden change of his entire intellectual method was but yet another form or phase of his madness, and so determined to let him go on a little longer, knowing from experience that he would, like all lunatics, give himself away in the end.
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