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He was absolutely unconscious of the presence of another human being in the breast, nor did the broken words of blessing and gratitude uttered by the faint-voiced miners find their way to his ear.
The child walked gravely up to the desk and mounting to the high stool struck a faint-voiced bell.
She was mighty gentle about it -- you know how sunny her face is -- well, she just got grave and kind o 'faint-voiced, and said -- Oh, you know what she said!
Even if one of the children sat on a rotting log crooning a vague, fragmentary ditty, some faint-voiced spirit in the rock would sing.
While I was falling back to the low place, before mine eyes appeared one who through long silence seemed faint-voiced.
Through all the wear and tear of time the remembrance of that voyage has at intervals haunted him: the length of it, the weariness of it, and the almost unbroken monotony stretching through the ninety odd days that dawned and darkened between San Francisco and New York; the solitary sail that was blown on and on, and becalmed and buffeted between the blue waste of waters and the blue waste of sky; the lonesomeness of it all -- no land, no lights flashing across the sea in glad assurance; no passing ships to hail us with faint-voiced "Ahoy!"