1 Between her nervous apprehension over the thought that Melanie's time was approaching and her unconscious straining to hear the sound of the cannon, she could hardly eat.
2 While they had been unconscious, the world had changed.
3 He had found him unconscious by the roadside and had brought him, across his saddle, to Tara, the nearest house.
4 Will Benteen was another soldier, like the nameless boy, who arrived unconscious across the saddle of a comrade.
5 He had drawn a chair close beside hers and she leaned over and put a gentle hand on his arm, in an unconscious manner.
6 In the case of Mr. Gryce she had found it well to flutter ahead, losing herself elusively and luring him on from depth to depth of unconscious intimacy.
7 It was the unconscious prolongation of this thought which led her to say presently, with a laugh: "I have broken two engagements for you today."
8 "Well, I've seen a good deal less of you since we've got to be such pals than I used to when you were Judy's friend," he continued with unconscious penetration.
9 Lily walked on unconscious of her surroundings.
10 Certainly his kind have left horrible unconscious memories in all warm-blooded life.
11 He was apparently equally unconscious of anything extraordinary in the situation.
12 He fought like a tiger, writhing and twisting, half flinging them off, and starting toward his unconscious enemy.
13 He spent half the night lying unconscious, and the balance moaning in torment, with a blinding headache and a racking thirst.
14 If anything could add to my own base love of life," said Heyward, suffering his unconscious eyes to wander to the youthful form of the silent Alice, "it would be so kind an assurance.
15 Her hands were clasped before her in prayer, but instead of looking upward toward that power which alone could rescue them, her unconscious looks wandered to the countenance of Duncan with infantile dependency.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 11