1 I am getting so strong again that I hardly know myself.
2 I hardly see this yet, but when I get at the dates I suppose I shall.
3 I could hardly speak; my heart was so full that even those words seemed to choke me.
4 He lies on the sofa hardly seeming to breathe, and his whole body appears in collapse.
5 We could hardly ask any one, even did we wish to, to accept these as proofs of so wild a story.
6 Mina sat rigid, and the Professor stood staring at her fixedly; the rest of us hardly dared to breathe.
7 She was hardly able to turn her head, and the little nourishment which she could take seemed to do her no good.
8 I had hardly come to this conclusion when I heard the great door below shut, and knew that the Count had returned.
9 It made an instant change in him, for the fury passed so quickly that I could hardly believe that it was ever there.
10 Why, there is hardly a foot of soil in all this region that has not been enriched by the blood of men, patriots or invaders.
11 For two nights I had hardly had a wink of sleep, and my brain was beginning to feel that numbness which marks cerebral exhaustion.
12 Had not our minds been made up, and had there not been terrible memories to spur us on, we could hardly have proceeded with our task.
13 After reading his account of it I was prepared to meet a good specimen of manhood, but hardly the quiet, business-like gentleman who came here to-day.
14 Dr. Seward is loved not only by his household and his friends, but even by his patients, who, being some of them hardly in mental equilibrium, are apt to distort causes and effects.
15 I feel that I can hardly recall anything of the journey, except that I knew I was coming to Jonathan, and, that as I should have to do some nursing, I had better get all the sleep I could.
16 Having had some time at my disposal when in London, I had visited the British Museum, and made search among the books and maps in the library regarding Transylvania; it had struck me that some foreknowledge of the country could hardly fail to have some importance in dealing with a nobleman of that country.