half-unconscious love



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  • Sometimes, in that half-present, half-unconscious state, things percolating under the surface emerge.

    History of a Suicide

  • And he kept screaming until his eyes rolled back in his head and he slumped to the deck, half-unconscious.


  • Jamie was half-unconscious as it was, an unwieldy burden who protested being manhandled upright against the bulkhead.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Image description: A young boy lies, half-unconscious, with a bandage over his nose possibly holding a naso-gastric tube in place.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • There is something awfully nice about reading a book again, with all the half-unconscious memories it brings back.


  • He could see some sidling toward the pens while trying to cover their comrades hauling half-unconscious priests.

    Crystal Rain

  • They disgorged their bloody, half-unconscious cargo onto the wharf without even landing.

    Crystal Rain

  • How long he remained in this half-unconscious state he did not know.

    Wessex Tales

  • Sometimes I fancied I must have imagined it all, that there could be really no resemblance, that I had given way to a half-unconscious trick of the imagination ... but the stranger would suddenly turn round a little in his seat, or slightly raise his hand, and again I all but cried out, again I saw my ‘dream-father’ before me!

    Dream tales and prose poems

  • Meanwhile, in the adjoining room Giles was presiding in a half-unconscious state.

    The Woodlanders


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