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  • His head struck a jutting root, and he was half-stunned and could struggle but feebly.

    IN THE FOREST OF THE NORTH

  • On deck perhaps a dozen gasping, half-drowned, and half-stunned wretches were rolling about or attempting to crawl into safety.

    THE HEATHEN

  • Smoke saw and heard as he was scrambling to his feet, but before he could make another lunge for the bank a fist dropped him half-stunned into the snow.

    THE RACE FOR NUMBER ONE

  • I was knocked backward fully a dozen feet before I fetched up against the ground, and I remember, half-stunned, even as the blow was struck, hearing the wild uproar of clucking and shrieking laughter that arose from the caves.

    CHAPTER V

  • On deck perhaps a dozen gasping, half-drowned, and half-stunned wretches were rolling about or attempting to crawl into safety.

    THE HEATHEN

  • The stricken fish rose to the surface or struggled half-stunned in the clear depths.

    THE PROUD GOAT OFALOYSIUS PANKBURN

  • On deck perhaps a dozen gasping, half-drowned, and half-stunned wretches were rolling about or attempting to crawl into safety.

    THE HEATHEN

  • I asked, half-stunned, as I tried to add it all up.

    AMERICAN SUBVERSIVE

  • I scrambled free, half-stunned, and dove off the bed.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • I scrambled free, half-stunned, and dove off the bed.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

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