1 Becky roused up from her lethargy of distress and showed good interest in the proceedings.
2 A cry more prolonged than the others and ending in a series of groans effectually roused me from my drowsy lethargy.
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3 The latter did not appear to arouse from his lethargy; in fact, he did not notice the offered hand.
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4 She would, indeed, have found it impossible to repeat what had been said the last few minutes, when suddenly Madame Danglars' hand, pressed on her arm, aroused her from her lethargy.
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5 While announcing his departure, the count fixed his eyes on Morrel, and remarked that the words, "I shall have left this country," had failed to rouse him from his lethargy.
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6 I think that the digression of my thoughts must have done me good, for when I got back to bed I found a lethargy creeping over me.
7 I would have got out to make certain on the point, but some leaden lethargy seemed to chain my limbs and even my will.
8 The lethargy grows upon her, and though she seems strong and well, and is getting back some of her colour, Van Helsing and I are not satisfied.
9 About noon she got into a sort of lethargy which we did not like; although we kept silence to the others, we were neither of us happy about it.
10 What they call their loyalty, and their fidelity, I call either the lethargy of custom or their lack of imagination.
11 She generally lies in a kind of lethargy all the afternoon, and wakes up about six or seven.
12 Mr. St. John came but once: he looked at me, and said my state of lethargy was the result of reaction from excessive and protracted fatigue.
13 That proposal, unexpectedly, roused Linton from his lethargy, and threw him into a strange state of agitation.
14 Again, however, his active spirit shook off the lethargy which springs from despair.
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15 He entered with a weariness and lethargy which was even more painful than his violence of the morning before, and he dropped heavily into the armchair which I pushed forward for him.
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