1 'The Dormouse is asleep again,' said the Hatter, and he poured a little hot tea upon its nose.
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2 They very soon came upon a Gryphon, lying fast asleep in the sun.
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3 She watched it so long and steadily that the grayness grew heavier and heavier before her eyes and she fell asleep.
4 Six baby mice were cuddled up asleep near her.
5 Fresh air, and digging, and skipping-rope had made her feel so comfortably tired that she fell asleep.
6 She hoped he would come back the very next day and she fell asleep looking forward to the morning.
7 Mary wondered if she was in a real place or if she had fallen asleep again and was dreaming without knowing it.
8 She is the one who is asleep in the other room.
9 By the time the lamb fell asleep questions poured forth and Dickon answered them all.
10 Dickon sat cross-legged with his rabbit asleep on his arm and a hand resting on the lamb's back.
11 "You have been asleep," said Colin.
12 He felt the strange calmness stealing over him and it grew deeper and deeper until he fell asleep.
13 He did not know when he fell asleep and when he began to dream; his dream was so real that he did not feel as if he were dreaming.
14 After that he scarcely ever saw him except when he was asleep, and all he knew of him was that he was a confirmed invalid, with a vicious, hysterical, half-insane temper.
15 They said their prayers, and Sid was soon asleep.