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oblivious
used in Interview with the Vampire

7 uses
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unaware of
  • It was as if we were black insects utterly camouflaged in the night, watching the slaves move, oblivious to us, discover the wounded man, drag him back, fan out in the foliage searching for the attacker.
    Part 1 (17% in)
  • The money flapped in his hand; he was oblivious to the evening traffic of the street, the people who pushed close around us.
    Part 1 (95% in)
  • I had Claudia in my arms now and was rushing past them all, oblivious to the questions, thrusting a shoulder through them, making them divide.
    Part 1 (**% in)
  • He was dead" "For a long time I lay on the broad stairway, oblivious to the thick earth that covered it, my head feeling very cool against the earth, just looking at him.
    Part 2 (76% in)
  • 'That pale-faced Emily, that miserable Englishman ....' she said, oblivious to the flicker of pain in my face.
    Part 2 (95% in)
  • A long time before Madeleine was to know it, Claudia had ceased crying and sat still as a statue on Madeleine's lap, her liquid eyes fixed on me, oblivious to the soft, red hair that fell around her or the woman's hand that still stroked her.
    Part 3 (51% in)
  • And when I was convinced he was in agreement and quite drank enough to be oblivious to almost everything but the gathering up of the reins for the journey for Fountainebleau, we drove slowly, cautiously, into the street of the Theatre des Vampires and waited some distance away for the sky to begin to grow light.
    Part 3 (92% in)

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