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used in The Princess Bride

12 uses
  • That was the only thought that could survive the trip across her conscious mind.
    p. 333.3
  • His hands expertly touched places on her neck, and unconsciousness came.
    p. 102.6
  • "You are going back to sleep now, my lady," the Spaniard said, and his fingers suddenly were touching her temple, her shoulder, her neck, and she was unconscious again....
    p. 104.9
  • He struck one more time and the Spaniard fell unconscious.
    p. 152.4
  • There is an instant between unconsciousness and death, and as the giant pitched onto the rocky path, that instant happened, and just before it happened, the man in black let go.
    p. 172.3
  • Clearly, a man had lain unconscious here.
    p. 190.2
  • She remained unconscious for a very long time.
    p. 206.6
  • Westley fell like a beaten stone, his last conscious thought being of the Count's right hand; it was six-fingered, and Westley could never quite remember having encountered that deformity before....
    p. 218.8
  • WHEN INIGO REGAINED consciousness, it was still night on the Cliffs of Insanity.
    p. 222.4
  • FEZZIK HAD NO idea how long he was unconscious.
    p. 226.2
  • Shortly after his return to consciousness, the albino appeared, bloodless, with skin as pale as dying birch.
    p. 229.3
  • When I was brought in I was half conscious.
    p. 230.1

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