1 Her mind felt numb and so did her legs, numb as in a nightmare when she tried to run and could not move them.
2 Even her eyelids rested numb and heavily over her sleepy eyes.
3 When she thought that he was there at hand, waiting for her, she grew numb with the intoxication of expectancy.
4 It was only because he was so numb and beaten himself that Jurgis did not worry more about this.
5 His neck was quivering with nervous weakness and the muscles of his arms felt numb and bloodless.
6 The atheistic taunts of his cruel master sunk his before dejected soul to the lowest ebb; and, though the hand of faith still held to the eternal rock, it was a numb, despairing grasp.
7 For a time it had been so deep as to be numb, as it were non-existent.
8 To Connie, since she was really outside of it, and since she had grown numb to the thrill of it, it was again nothingness.
9 I forced her to it, and she could simply numb me with hate because of it.
10 Inside herself she was curiously and complicatedly angry, and all her responses were numb.
11 Sir Henry and I held out our hands to it, for we were numb from our long drive.
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12 His arms felt numb, his legs almost gave way, it seemed to him that he was tired out.
13 He lay there for a while, numb and immobile, all around him it was quiet, maybe that was a good sign.
14 Scarlett felt a small pain in her heart as of nerves numbed by a deep wound, struggling to make themselves felt again.
15 Now they were caring about something again, numbed nerves were coming back to life and the old spirit was beginning to burn.