1 Very possibly I had been feeling desolate.
2 Somehow, his manner made me feel ashamed of myself.
3 I could feel it grip me at the throat and stop my breathing.
4 They started away, and then I could feel them approaching me again.
5 Then he spoke again, still as it were feeling his way among his words.
6 It was indescribably horrible in the darkness to feel all these soft creatures heaped upon me.
7 I felt as perhaps a bird may feel in the clear air, knowing the hawk wings above and will swoop.
8 I could feel the succulent giving of flesh and bone under my blows, and for a moment I was free.
9 There was scrub and long grass all about us, and I did not feel safe from their insidious approach.
10 But I made a sudden motion to warn them when I saw their little pink hands feeling at the Time Machine.
11 Yet a certain feeling, you may understand, tethered me in a circle of a few miles round the point of my arrival.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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