1 The sight made him unhappy, and his unhappiness roused his latent fears.
2 The case was so serious that it called forth all of Ethan's latent resolution.
3 He met her eyes with the latent sweetness of his.
House of Mirth By Edith WhartonGet Context In BOOK 1: Chapter 6
4 The appeal of her helplessness touched in him, as it always did, a latent chord of inclination.
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5 It is less mortifying to believe one's self unpopular than insignificant, and vanity prefers to assume that indifference is a latent form of unfriendliness.
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6 Now he suddenly felt the latent ache, and realized that after all he had not come off unhurt.
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7 Yet these, perhaps, instead of being the unsuppressable symptoms of some latent weakness, or fright at his own resolve, were but the plainest tokens of its intensity.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleGet Context In CHAPTER 44. The Chart.
8 He had detected the latent sensuality, which unfolded under his delicate sense of her nature's requirements like a torpid, torrid, sensitive blossom.
9 This pious woman had conceived an affection for Fantine, probably feeling a latent virtue there, and she had devoted herself almost exclusively to her care.
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10 The latent man which existed in the two was totally different in the first from what it was in the second.
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11 For in the sacred shadows there lies latent light.
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12 When facts, the premonitory symptoms of latent social malady, move heavily, the slightest complication stops and entangles them.
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13 He felt the mysterious stirring of all his latent sensibilities.
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14 He still stood at this point, though safe to advance infallibly later on, since his nature was good, and, at bottom, wholly formed of latent progress.
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15 I had so much time to spare, that the proposal came as a relief, notwithstanding its irreconcilability with my latent desire to keep my eye on the coach-office.
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