1 She arrived there in great agitation, and was insensible all through the night.
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2 In fact, they seemed insensible of their presence, and of every thing save the discharge of their own horrible duty.
3 Besides, he was not insensible to the honour of allying his own line to that of Alfred, when the superior claims of the descendant of Edward the Confessor were abandoned for ever.
4 It was impossible for her to be insensible of Mr. Crawford's change of manners.
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5 It is you, only you, insensible Fanny, who can think of him with anything like indifference.
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6 But, for many days, Oliver remained insensible to all the goodness of his new friends.
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7 Still, Oliver lay motionless and insensible on the spot where Sikes had left him.
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8 Since he actually was expected in the country, she must teach herself to be insensible on such points.
9 They ascended and passed him; and as they passed, Anne's face caught his eye, and he looked at her with a degree of earnest admiration, which she could not be insensible of.
10 She did not know I was going to her house that very night, for she was too insensible to understand me.
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11 Sir Henry lay insensible where he had fallen.
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12 Both of them were blue-lipped and insensible, with swollen, congested faces and protruding eyes.
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13 I fainted once more, but again it could only have been for a very few minutes during which I was insensible.
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14 Then, for a time, I was insensible.
15 For a long time I must have been insensible upon the machine.