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Then for the first time he noticed, just as he reached his master's house, that he had forgotten the belt which made him invisible.
And when a Woman is invisible, or visible only as a dim sub-lustrous point, how difficult must it be, even for the most cautious, always to avoid collision!
I am something of a physician, and have, like my fellows, sought more than once for the soul in living and in dead matter; yet, like providence, it has remained invisible to my eyes, although present to my heart.
A huge black, standing directly before him, lunged backward as though felled by an invisible hand.
Prince Andrew felt that an invisible power was leading him forward, and experienced great happiness.
But WE mus'n't eat them," the Wizard warned the children, "or we too may become invisible, and lose each other.
A POLITICIAN seeing a fat Turkey which he wanted for dinner, baited a hook with a grain of corn and dragged it before the fowl at the end of a long and almost invisible line.
Hem believes that in the visible world there are void places-- vacua, and something more--holes, as it were, through which animate and inanimate objects may fall into the invisible world and be seen and heard no more.
Without a movement, without a sound, in the profound silence and the languor of the late afternoon, some invisible messenger of fate touched with unsealing finger the eyes of his consciousness - whispered into the ear of his spirit the mysterious awakening word which no human lips ever have spoken, no human memory ever has recalled.
As he pressed forward he became conscious that his way was haunted by invisible existences whom he could not definitely figure to his mind.
I could see that there were pictures on the grim, brown walls, but the subjects represented were invisible in the obscure and shadowy light.
The projectile, immerged in the conical shadow of the satellite, experienced the action of the solar rays no more than any of its invisible points.