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used in Allegiant

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crash together with violent impact; or come into conflict
  • I imagine the wave of water colliding with the rock and spilling over the tile floor, collecting around my shoes.
    p. 147.3
  • They collide with one another and then with me, shoulders and elbows and heads hitting me over and over again.
    p. 36.4
  • Tobias stands up, ignoring Cara's orders to stay put, and we collide, his uninjured arm wrapping around my back and lifting me off my feet.
    p. 95.9
  • This is what happens when siblings collide—they injure each other the same way.
    p. 337.7
  • I was so afraid that we would just keep colliding over and over again if we stayed together, and that eventually the impact would break me.
    p. 416.5
  • I've had enough violence to last me a lifetime, and I bear it still, not in scars on my skin but in the memories that rise up in my mind when I least want them to, my father's fist colliding with my jaw, my gun raised to execute Eric, the Abnegation bodies sprawled across the streets of my old home.
    p. 519.9

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