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Then she sprang away from the glass muttering feverishly, "Out - out - out of this house," and trying with an awful, senseless stare to dodge past me who had put myself in her way with open arms.
But these other apartments were densely crowded, and in them beat feverishly the heart of life.
It was useless to devour the little thing with kisses; she could stay in bed no longer, and walked feverishly about the room.
Then I sought feverishly for the secret of the revolving panel, but my search was fruitless, and I was about to raise my longsword against the sullen gold when the young woman prisoner called out to me.
Strickland was a weird figure as he lay there, thinner than ever, with his ragged red beard and his eyes staring feverishly into vacancy; his illness seemed to have made them larger, and they had an unnatural brightness.
Fanny Price, sitting next to Philip, was working feverishly.
The boy was tossing feverishly on his bed, and the mother had fallen asleep, she was so tired.
Vain and ambitious almost to morbidness, he had had much to put up with in the last two months, and was seeking feverishly for some means of enabling himself to lead a more presentable kind of existence.
Only his eyes gleamed feverishly and his thoughts followed one another with extraordinary clearness and rapidity.
Mary was taking notes feverishly on a slip of paper while he did the adding up, and in the end they went away gloomily without buying anything.
Feverishly he threw back the coverlets, and searched with nervous hands for the pouch of jewels which he expected to find concealed upon his victim's body.
Casting off the tie rope and seizing the paddle, Paulvitch bent feverishly to the task of driving the skiff downward toward the Ugambi at top speed.