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perception
used in A Tale of Two Cities

4 uses
  • Madame Defarge looked at her scornfully, but still with something of Miss Pross's own perception that they two were at bay.
    3.14 — The Knitting Done (67% in)
  • Some minutes of silent work had passed: and the haggard eyes had looked up again: not with any interest or curiosity, but with a dull mechanical perception, beforehand, that the spot where the only visitor they were aware of had stood, was not yet empty.
    1.6 — The Shoemaker (6% in)
  • Notwithstanding Miss Pross's denial of her own imagination, there was a perception of the pain of being monotonously haunted by one sad idea, in her repetition of the phrase, walking up and down, which testified to her possessing such a thing.
    2.6 — Hundreds of People (54% in)
  • This was done without any demonstrative accompaniment, not long enough, or often enough to harass him; and it lightened Mr. Lorry's friendly heart to believe that he looked up oftener, and that he appeared to be stirred by some perception of inconsistencies surrounding him.
    2.18 — Nine Days (91% in)

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