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used in To Build a Fire

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impossible or difficult to perceive by the mind or senses
  • Each time he had pulled a twig he had communicated a slight agitation to the tree—an imperceptible agitation, so far as he was concerned, but an agitation sufficient to bring about the disaster.

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