1 So great was his emotion, that I felt sincerely sorry for him, while the two detectives smiled derisively, by no means displeased at this check which he had met.
A Study In Scarlet By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In PART I: CHAPTER VII. LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS
2 The hunter's mind was of a hard, unyielding nature, and the predominant idea of revenge had taken such complete possession of it that there was no room for any other emotion.
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3 It is seldom that any man, unless he is very full-blooded, breaks out in this way through emotion, so I hazarded the opinion that the criminal was probably a robust and ruddy-faced man.
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4 Mrs. Haines was aware of the emotion circling them, excluding her.
5 The ghost of convention rose to the surface, as a blush or a tear rises to the surface at the pressure of emotion; so the car touched his training.
6 The plot was only there to beget emotion.
7 Just as she had brewed emotion, she spilt it.
8 For the stage was empty; the emotion must be continued; the only thing to continue the emotion was the song; and the words were inaudible.
9 The cows annihilated the gap; bridged the distance; filled the emptiness and continued the emotion.
10 So far the letter had run composedly enough, but here with a sudden splutter of the pen, the writer's emotion had broken loose.
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11 "Speak your commands," said Cedric, with suppressed emotion.
12 To invoke your pity," said the lovely Jewess, with a voice somewhat tremulous with emotion, "would, I am aware, be as useless as I should hold it mean.
13 The physician was at first inclined to ascribe this sudden and violent emotion to the effects of insanity; and, adhering to his original purpose, began once again to handle his implements.
14 The blood rushed in anger to the countenance of Richard; but it was the first transient emotion, and his sense of justice instantly subdued it.
15 And in the same way, unless you had some emotion or sympathy in common with a woman you wouldn't sleep with her.