1 She let her lids sink slowly, in the way he loved.
2 And ever so often one Indian would go back to her and sink his tommyhawk into her skull again.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret MitcheGet Context In CHAPTER XXVI
3 She wanted to run to the bed, sink down beside it and clasp him to her but her knees trembled so that she could not enter the room.
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4 Even as Ashley's voice then had turned her cold with dread of things she could not understand, so now Rhett's voice made her heart sink.
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5 Meanwhile he cast agonized glances in the direction of Miss Bart, whose only response was to sink into an attitude of more graceful abstraction.
House of Mirth By Edith WhartonGet Context In BOOK 1: Chapter 4
6 She took this in what seemed the only possible way, with a laugh intended to sink the question itself in his humorous treatment of it.
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7 She made the statement clearly, deliberately, with pauses between the sentences, so that each should have time to sink deeply into her hearer's mind.
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8 The baby, feeling herself detached from her habitual anchorage, made an instinctive motion of resistance; but the soothing influences of digestion prevailed, and Lily felt the soft weight sink trustfully against her breast.
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9 And there ain't any water except that ole iron sink outside in the hall, but still, as I say to Champ, beggars can't be choosers.
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10 His coat off, his sleeves rolled up, he was scrubbing his hands in a tin basin in the sink, using the bar of yellow kitchen soap.
11 She was the more absurd to herself in that, after the rite of dining alone, she could go out to the kitchen, lean against the sink, and talk to them.
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12 The lines are broken and uncertain of direction; often instead of rising they sink in wavering scrawls; and the colors are watery blue and pink and the dim gray of rubbed pencil marks.
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13 Look your last, now, on these venerable hooded heads, while they yet lie together; for one will soon sink, unrecorded, in the sea; the other will not be very long in following.
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14 But a sudden stop was put to further discoveries, by the ship's being unprecedentedly dragged over sideways to the sea, owing to the body's immensely increasing tendency to sink.
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15 Two girls were washing dishes at the sink, laughing and chattering, and a little one, in a short pinafore, sat on a stool playing with a rag baby.
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