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1  Very possibly I had been feeling desolate.
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2  Somehow, his manner made me feel ashamed of myself.
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3  I could feel it grip me at the throat and stop my breathing.
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4  They started away, and then I could feel them approaching me again.
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5  Then he spoke again, still as it were feeling his way among his words.
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6  It was indescribably horrible in the darkness to feel all these soft creatures heaped upon me.
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7  I felt as perhaps a bird may feel in the clear air, knowing the hawk wings above and will swoop.
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8  I could feel the succulent giving of flesh and bone under my blows, and for a moment I was free.
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9  There was scrub and long grass all about us, and I did not feel safe from their insidious approach.
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10  But I made a sudden motion to warn them when I saw their little pink hands feeling at the Time Machine.
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11  Yet a certain feeling, you may understand, tethered me in a circle of a few miles round the point of my arrival.
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12  Before, I had felt as a man might feel who had fallen into a pit: my concern was with the pit and how to get out of it.
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13  'I feel assured it's this business of the Time Machine,' I said, and took up the Psychologist's account of our previous meeting.
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14  "Good-bye, little Weena," I said, kissing her; and then putting her down, I began to feel over the parapet for the climbing hooks.
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15  Then I had simply to fight against their persistent fingers for my levers, and at the same time feel for the studs over which these fitted.
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16  I fancied I could even feel the hollowness of the ground beneath my feet: could, indeed, almost see through it the Morlocks on their ant-hill going hither and thither and waiting for the dark.
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17  The fact is that, insensibly, the absolute strangeness of everything, the sickly jarring and swaying of the machine, above all, the feeling of prolonged falling, had absolutely upset my nerve.
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