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used in Inheritance

12 uses
  • Then she looked into Murtagh's eyes, and she saw the guilt and self-loathing they contained, and a sense of profound sorrow overcame her.
    45 — The Sound of His Voice, the Touch of His Hand (72% in)
  • A brief but profound silence followed.
    9 — Rudely into the Light (50% in)
  • For a moment, Horst did not move; then his eyes began to glisten and his expression changed to one of joy and relief so profound, it could have been mistaken for grief.
    10 — A Cradle Song (74% in)
  • Eragon had just opened his mouth to thank her when he felt the presence of a consciousness other than Saphira's pressing against his mind, vast and frightening and filled with the most profound melancholy: a sadness so great, Eragon's throat tightened and the colors of the world seemed to lose their luster.
    12 — Dancing with Swords (79% in)
  • Seeing the water, he understood what it was Carn had done, and his already profound sense of horror increased.
    21 — Dust and Ashes (58% in)
  • There was something profoundly intimate about staring into Arya's eyes, without blinking, without wavering, and having her stare back at him with the same degree of focus and intensity.
    24 — The Way of Knowing (3% in)
  • His fears and anxieties gradually drained out of him, leaving behind a profound emptiness that dulled the pain of his injuries and gave him a sense of unusual clarity.
    24 — The Way of Knowing (81% in)
  • A profound sense of horror suffused Eragon.
    29 — To Feed a God (68% in)
  • Silence pervaded the tent, short and profound.
    37 — Conclave of Kings (92% in)
  • Every muscle in her body seemed to burn and tingle, and she felt an overwhelming urge to run, to flee, to put as much distance between herself and the creature as she could, for there seemed to be something profoundly wrong about the burrow grub.
    48 — Burrow Grubs (37% in)
  • Her relief was profound.
    48 — Burrow Grubs (57% in)
  • Knowing that her race was no longer doomed to extinction had lifted a shadow from her mind—a shadow that had lain there for as long as Eragon could remember—and her thoughts soared with a joy so profound, it seemed to make her eyes and scales sparkle brighter than normal.
    56 — Lacuna, Part the Second (77% in)

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