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conscious
used in The Hound of the Baskervilles

7 uses
  • In doing so I held it within a few inches of my eyes, and was conscious of a faint smell of the scent known as white jessamine.
    Chapter 15 — A Retrospection (68% in)
  • This matter cuts very deep, and though I have not finally made up my mind whether it is a benevolent or a malevolent agency which is in touch with us, I am conscious always of power and design.
    Chapter 4 — Sir Henry Baskerville (81% in)
  • Please, please, be frank with me, Miss Stapleton, for ever since I have been here I have been conscious of shadows all round me.
    Chapter 7 — The Stapletons of Merripit House (91% in)
  • When you are once out upon its bosom you have left all traces of modern England behind you, but on the other hand you are conscious everywhere of the homes and the work of the prehistoric people.
    Chapter 8 — First Report of Dr. Watson (6% in)
  • I am conscious myself of a weight at my heart and a feeling of impending danger—ever present danger, which is the more terrible because I am unable to define it.
    Chapter 10 — Extract from the Diary of Dr. Watson (5% in)
  • At the moment I was simply conscious that I was in the presence of a very handsome woman, and that she was asking me the reasons for my visit.
    Chapter 11 — The Man on the Tor (11% in)
  • There only remained the lamp in the dining-room where the two men, the murderous host and the unconscious guest, still chatted over their cigars.
    Chapter 14 — The Hound of the Baskervilles (27% in)

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