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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

7 uses
  • It was not the food itself that disgusted him: it was edible enough, though not appealing.
    14 — The Wilderness (52% in)
  • The minister says, 'We need a new plant if we're going to appeal to new members.
    1 — The Watchdog (79% in)
  • That was why he appealed to her, he knew.
    5 — Hunting Wild Asses (45% in)
  • For the ancient Jews, as for the Greeks, feeding the gods was a rational matter: it was the scent of the food which appealed to gods, they being less substantial than we are.
    7 — The Dialogue on Wood and Stone (62% in)
  • You're bombarded by atoms, colors, smells, textures; torn apart by ancient ideas, appeals for compassion; you twist, writhe, try to make sense of things, you force your riddled world into order, but it collapses, riddled as fast as you build, and you build it all over again.
    11 — The Dialogue of Houses (25% in)
  • Freeman said, "Other things are aesthetically useful, appealing to the beauty-loving faculties of man, such as pictures and prints and poetry and pot-boilers and policeman-watching and playing the harmonicum.
    13 — Nah ist—und schwer zu fassen der Gott (65% in)
  • —had had no choice but to do nothing because if he tried the only thing possible, an appeal to tradition, common decency, shame, it would make him appear just the stodgy fool he was: it was only play).
    13 — Nah ist—und schwer zu fassen der Gott (94% in)

There are no more uses of "appeal" in The Sunlight Dialogues.

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