Then he had a distinct sight of his wife lying in their bedroom asleep, her mouth slightly open, her false teeth in a tumbler by the bedů.
He turned and looked at her where she lay indistinctly outlined under the dark calico quilt, her high-boned face taking a grayish tinge from the whiteness of the pillow.
She held the light at the same level, and it drew out with the same distinctness her slim young throat and the brown wrist no bigger than a child’s.
As he passed into their gloom he saw an indistinct outline just ahead of him.
He saw that for the first time the thought of the future came to her distinctly.
They had reached the crest of the Corbury road, and between the indistinct white glimmer of the church and the black curtain of the Varnum spruces the slope stretched away below them without a sled on its length.
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Martinez and his colleagues identified 21 distinct emotions made by the human face.