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used in The Hunger Games

12 uses
  • Now that I'm conscious and moving, I'm growing more and more anxious about him.
    p. 351.8
  • I'll never know because just as he's opening his mouth to continue, Haymitch plummets off the stage and knocks himself unconscious.
    p. 24.9
  • I know I should be embarrassed, but they're so unlike people that I'm no more self-conscious than if a trio of oddly colored birds were pecking around my feet.
    p. 62.6
  • For a moment, my eyes are dazzled by the bright sunlight and I'm conscious only of a strong wind with the hopeful smell of pine trees.
    p. 147.7
  • Then there are the mine accidents...... A family once brought in an unconscious young man pleading with my mother to help him.
    p. 178.7
  • He tries to make himself vomit the stuff up, but it's too late, he's already losing consciousness.
    p. 277.8
  • The sound of rain drumming on the roof of our house gently pulls me toward consciousness.
    p. 290.1
  • Neither of us hobbled by sickness or pain or simply unconscious.
    p. 298.4
  • A fear of the cracked tongue, aching body and fuzzy mind brought on by my previous dehydration creeps into my consciousness.
    p. 326.7
  • He's fighting it, probably more for me than for him, and it's hard because unconsciousness would be its own form of escape.
    p. 339.9
  • Sure enough, the minute the door closes behind us and the current stops, he slumps to the floor unconscious.
    p. 346.9
  • But as I start to work my way out of the band, I feel a cold liquid seeping into my vein from one of the tubes and almost immediately lose consciousness.
    p. 350.7

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