1 The night was so still that they heard the frozen snow crackle under their feet.
2 The room was dark, lit as it was by one small window, and so thick with smoke that she was blinded, but she could hear the hiss and crackle of flames.
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3 Everything seemed to be listening to the crackle and clatter and earthshaking thunder.
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4 His face was so dry and grimy that he thought he could feel his skin crackle.
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5 The woods began to crackle as if afire.
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6 Yet, in spite of his shabby and even absurd appearance, his voice had a sharp crackle, and his manner a quick intensity which commanded attention.
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7 They split up the wood, pressed it down on the fire, blew at it with their mouths, and fanned it with the skirts of their greatcoats, making the flames hiss and crackle.
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8 She learned that his voice could be as silky as a cat's fur one moment and crisp and crackling with oaths the next.
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9 It seemed as if we could hear the corn growing in the night; under the stars one caught a faint crackling in the dewy, heavy-odoured cornfields where the feathered stalks stood so juicy and green.
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10 There was a crackling in the branches above us, and Lena Lingard peered down over the edge of the bank.
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11 After which, by the rustling of leaves, and crackling of dried twigs, it was apparent the savages were separating in pursuit of the lost trail.
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12 He wished to get out of hearing of the crackling shots which were to him like voices.
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13 He heard then the noise of a fire crackling briskly in the cold air, and, turning his head, he saw his friend pottering busily about a small blaze.
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14 Down he fell into the chasm, crackling down among trees, bushes, logs, loose stones, till he lay bruised and groaning thirty feet below.
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15 Legree burned the hair, and burned the letter; and when he saw them hissing and crackling in the flame, inly shuddered as he thought of everlasting fires.
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