1 I don't know how it is you make me feel, Matt.
2 He said to himself: "Perhaps it'll feel like this."
3 and then again: "After this I sha'n't feel anything."
4 He supposed it was his natural awkwardness that made him feel so.
5 But for the moment his sense of relief was so great as to preclude all other feelings.
6 It was little more than a year ago, on just such a soft afternoon, with a "feel" of spring in the air.
7 He forgot what else he had meant to say and pressed her against him so closely that he seemed to feel her warmth in his veins.
8 Zeena waited a moment, as if giving him time to feel the full force of the contrast between his own excitement and her composure.
9 Then he understood that it must be in pain: pain so excruciating that he seemed, mysteriously, to feel it shooting through his own body.
10 I used to go a good deal after the accident, when I was first married; but after awhile I got to think it made 'em feel worse to see us.'
11 She ate well, declaring that the mild weather made her feel better, and pressed a second helping of beans on Jotham Powell, whose wants she generally ignored.
12 The fact that he had no right to show his feelings, and thus provoke the expression of hers, made him attach a fantastic importance to every change in her look and tone.
13 Mattie seemed to feel the contagion of his embarrassment, and sat with downcast lids, sipping her tea, while he feigned an insatiable appetite for dough-nuts and sweet pickles.
14 It was strange that the girl did not seem aware of it: that she could lift her rapt face to her dancer's, and drop her hands into his, without appearing to feel the offence of his look and touch.
15 She had an eye to see and an ear to hear: he could show her things and tell her things, and taste the bliss of feeling that all he imparted left long reverberations and echoes he could wake at will.
16 His hard day's work in the keen air made him feel at once lazy and light of mood, and he had a confused sense of being in another world, where all was warmth and harmony and time could bring no change.
17 Mattie Silver came from Stamford, and when she entered the Fromes' household to act as her cousin Zeena's aid it was thought best, as she came without pay, not to let her feel too sharp a contrast between the life she had left and the isolation of a Starkfield farm.
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