1 Fans stopped in mid-swish and a ripple of excited murmuring ran through the hall.
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2 A startled ripple went over the crowd.
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3 One packed rush was made to the side, and every eye counted every ripple, as moment followed moment, and no sign of either the sinker or the diver could be seen.
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4 She could hear again the ripple of the water, the flapping sail.
5 How tempting, how very tempting, to let the view triumph; to reflect its ripple; to let their own minds ripple; to let outlines elongate and pitch over--so--with a sudden jerk.
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6 Today, for example, its surface was broken by a very unexpected ripple, which has caused our friend considerable perplexity and annoyance.
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7 From the edge of the sea came a ripple and whisper.
8 There was a ripple of mirth, which the court checked.
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9 The call went echoing down the empty aisles and died out in the distance in a faint sound that resembled a ripple of mocking laughter.
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10 She stirred the fire, so that a ripple of light broke from the disturbed coal: the glare, however, as she sat, only threw her face into deeper shadow: mine, it illumined.
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11 The exhilarating ripple of her voice was a wild tonic in the rain.
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12 Now I couldn't see the ripple or the snag either.
13 The muscles of his big body rippled against his well-tailored clothes, as he got in beside her, and, as always, the sense of his great physical power struck her like a blow.
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14 More than half a mile was passed, before the rill rippled close around the base of an extensive and dry rock.
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15 The poor bleeding heart was still, at last, and the river rippled and dimpled just as brightly as if it had not closed above it.
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