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  • Soames dimly understood. (8)
  • Dimly a new light broke in upon him. (10)
  • The horizon edges were dimly lighted. (10)
  • Perhaps, dimly, as we say: that is, without eyes. (10)
  • The idea of farewell perhaps dimly penetrated to him. (9)
  • He could dimly see her covering her face with her arms. (8)
  • He raised his eyebrows, smiled dimly, and followed her. (8)
  • It had been dimly and richly conjectured as a hoped result. (10)
  • The room was full of men, dimly seen, crowded about a table. (1)
  • He dimly understood that with those last words a wire had snapped. (8)
  • Then did mortals dimly guess that something portentous was abroad. (10)
  • Dimly he perceived that something romantic was about to come from her. (8)
  • Young Jolyon looked at the animal, but saw him dimly, for his eyes were misty. (8)
  • In the light from one close-shaded electric bulb the room is but dimly visible. (8)
  • He was dimly conscious of it, sitting there, conscious of its odd dangerousness. (8)
  • The hour was near nine in the evening; the room was dimly lighted by a single candle. (1)
  • Then, dimly, just below him, on the steps of the front door, he saw a figure standing. (8)
  • More dimly, my lord and the Welsh gentleman were put to the trial: a tough one for these two men. (10)
  • Their clothes were soaken, their hair dank; their white faces, dimly discernible, were clammy and cold. (7)
  • They had now passed out of the grounds; the street lamp opposite the gate was dimly visible through the snow. (1)
  • The cord fell away; his arms parted and floated upward, the hands dimly seen on each side in the growing light. (1)
  • She, who seldom scratched anything, because it was not delicate, felt dimly that this was what he should be doing. (8)
  • At the gate of his cottage garden Weyburn beheld a short unfamiliar figure of a man with dimly remembered features. (10)
  • Hidden in hollows and behind clumps of rank brambles were large tents, dimly lighted with candles, but looking comfortable. (7)
  • She had, and she dimly perceived it, committed a greater fault in tactics, in teaching her daughter to bow to the Idol also. (10)
  • Val was dimly conscious of some disturbing point outside his range of vision; as it might be, the unlocated centre of a cyclone. (8)
  • Then, dimly conscious that their last words had revealed the difference of their temperaments and creeds, they stared at one another. (8)
  • She turned into the lane; dimly, a hundred or more yards away, she could see the willows, the width of lighter grey that was the river. (8)
  • The room was full of a transparent darkness, which dimly showed me the other three beds and the five different nightcaps on the pillows. (2)
  • Before I had fed Modestine and arranged my sack, three stars were already brightly shining, and the others were beginning dimly to appear. (2)
  • Still, he had not forgiven them, deeply identifying them with gloomy memories, and now, dimly, like all members, of their class, with revolution. (8)
  • The rain had ceased, a few stars were burning dimly; even above the squalor of the township the scent of the forests, the interminable forests, brooded. (8)
  • The scene had lost nothing of the beauty they dimly remembered; there were certain features of it which seemed even fairer and grander than they remembered. (9)

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