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sober
used in The Bourne Supremacy

5 uses
  • Black coffee had a sobering effect on Conklin but nowhere near the effect of David's confidence in him.
    Chapter 7 (0% in)
  • Alex, drunk or sober, made no distinction between the hours of day and night, nor did the operations he knew so well, for there was no night and day where his work was concerned.
    Chapter 6 (48% in)
  • Conklin drunk had sharper perceptions than most sober men in the intelligence community, and he had to understand.
    Chapter 6 (82% in)
  • In this, the odds were with him; most of the people wandering around were more drunk or drugged than sober, the rest weary labourers having finished their working hours, anxious to get home.
    Chapter 15 (45% in)
  • She had then gently but firmly rejected her husband's amorous advances, but had made up for those rejections when she and a sobered mate reached the hotel in Kahala.
    Chapter 37 (93% in)

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