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Then as the air became perceptibly better, but our own symptoms more acute, he closed it once again.
And when the fiddler, peering into the front room, remarked to the pianist, "It's Burning Daylight," the waltz-time perceptibly quickened, and the dancers, catching the contagion, began to whirl about as if they really enjoyed it.
The hand caressing his hair paused perceptibly, then went on with the same gentle stroke.
His eyes were closed, but the lids slightly lifted in an effort to look at them as they bent over him, and the tail was perceptibly agitated in a vain effort to wag.
Two rounds of this went by, and three, but Ponta's strength, though perceptibly less, did not diminish rapidly.
He saw me, but there was no kinship between us, and with him, at least, no sympathy of understanding; for he cowered perceptibly and dragged himself on.
After the incident of the discussion of barbarians I thought that Victory's manner toward me changed perceptibly.
But the projectile was perceptibly nearing the moon, and evidently succumbed to her influence to a certain degree; though its own velocity also drew it in an oblique direction.
Lord and Lady Lowborough have now been married above eight months; and I will do the lady the credit to say that her husband is quite an altered man; his looks, his spirits, and his temper, are all perceptibly changed for the better since I last saw him.
Miss Wilcox had changed perceptibly since her engagement.
said Stepan Arkadyevitch, smiling hardly perceptibly, and addressing his wife.
Nature was then stirring powerfully within him, and the muscles of his stern visage began to work perceptibly.