1 Finally, she laid her insensate grasp upon the bottle that had swift and certain death in it, and, before his eyes, pulled out the cork with her teeth.
Hard Times By Charles DickensGet Context In BOOK 1: CHAPTER XIII
2 The discredited rulers of the world can oppose no reasonable ideal to the insensate Napoleonic ideal of glory and grandeur.
War and Peace(V6) By Leo TolstoyGet Context In BOOK 16: CHAPTER III
3 Mattie blushed to the roots of her hair and pulled her needle rapidly twice or thrice through her work, insensibly drawing the end of it away from him.
4 The words, and the movement which accompanied them, combined to startle Lily out of the state of tranced subservience into which she had insensibly slipped.
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5 But when a man suspects any wrong, it sometimes happens that if he be already involved in the matter, he insensibly strives to cover up his suspicions even from himself.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleGet Context In CHAPTER 20. All Astir.
6 The charm of Edna Pontellier's physique stole insensibly upon you.
7 Mrs. Corney, with great propriety, turned her head away, and released her hand to get at her pocket-handkerchief; but insensibly replaced it in that of Mr. Bumble.
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8 His steps were insensibly bent towards Mistover by the path that he had followed on that terrible morning when he learnt the strange news from Susan's boy.
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9 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.
10 Tom presently began to drift insensibly back into the concerns of this life again.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark TwainGet Context In CHAPTER VIII
11 However, the vessel and the swimmer insensibly neared one another, and in one of its tacks the tartan bore down within a quarter of a mile of him.
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12 As I had grown accustomed to my expectations, I had insensibly begun to notice their effect upon myself and those around me.
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13 We insensibly approached the old boat, and entered.
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14 Relieved of their first anxiety about their father, the girls insensibly relaxed their praiseworthy efforts a little, and began to fall back into old ways.
Little Women By Louisa May AlcottGet Context In CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
15 And then insensibly there came the strange change which I had noticed in the night.