1 "His poor mother," murmured the major, trying to get the lachrymal gland in operation, so as to moisten the corner of his eye with a false tear.
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2 There was a faint quivering of her nostrils; and now and then she would moisten her lips with feverish haste.
3 A tear moistened the eye of the phlegmatic Englishman.
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4 The clock of the Invalides struck a quarter to twelve; the west wind bore on its moistened gusts the doleful vibration of the three strokes.
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5 Monte Cristo, with moistened eye, heaving breast, and lips half open, extended to Albert a hand which the latter pressed with a sentiment resembling respectful fear.
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6 The unfortunate creature's tongue seemed hardly to have been moistened in it before it gave a convulsive shiver in every limb, and lay as rigid and lifeless as if it had been struck by lightning.
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7 Seen across the dim candle with his moistened eyes, she looked as if she had a glory shining round her head.
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8 They gave him drink, moistened his face with water, and administered some drops of cordial and wine.
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9 The man, who had barely moistened his lips in the wine which he had poured out for himself, observed the child with peculiar attention.
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10 Again he bent over, drew from his pocket a handkerchief which he moistened in the water and with which he then wiped Marius' blood-stained brow.
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11 He was moistened before and behind with a greasy liquid which the host recognized as his best olive oil.
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12 We moistened the parched lips, and the patient quickly revived.
13 He moistened his upper lip by running his tongue along it.
14 Pavel Petrovitch moistened his forehead with eau de cologne, and closed his eyes.
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15 Tears actually moistened his cheeks.
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