1 On thinking the matter over, it must have occurred to him that it was possible that he had lost the ring in the road after leaving the house.
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2 The animals were happy as they had never conceived it possible to be.
3 These two disagreed at every point where disagreement was possible.
4 It was possible to foresee that the coming winter would be a hard one.
5 The animals watched his coming and going with a kind of dread, and avoided him as much as possible.
6 The young pigs were piebald, and as Napoleon was the only boar on the farm, it was possible to guess at their parentage.
7 No escape was possible; meeting was inevitable.
8 It is possible that the postoffice may fail me, and this letter not come into your hands until to-morrow morning.
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9 Jekyll was no worse; he woke again to his good qualities seemingly unimpaired; he would even make haste, where it was possible, to undo the evil done by Hyde.
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10 It was even harder than he could have believed possible, to separate in his own conscience his abandonment by all his fellows from a baseless sense of shame and disgrace.
11 She had made the slightest action possible, as if she would have risen in a hurry and gone away.
12 With all possible respect both for Mr. Gradgrind and for Mr. Bounderby, I think I perceive that he has not been fortunate in his training.
13 The Pilgrim mounted with more deliberation, reaching, as he departed, his hand to Gurth, who kissed it with the utmost possible veneration.
14 De Bracy, and other knights attached to Prince John, in obedience to a hint from him, had joined the party of the challengers, John being desirous to secure, if possible, the victory to that side.
15 There was, however, as much of bold frankness in the knight's countenance as was possible to be expressed by features.