What seemed to us most unbearable was the want of news.
The doctor looked at me for what seemed ten minutes.
What seemed so solid once, is disintegrated.
For what seemed almost half an hour there was silence.
She tossed and tumbled for what seemed to her a long time.
His face clouded with what seemed a painful suspicion.
He stared at me in silence for what seemed a long time.
He listened with what seemed frank and only mild interest.
He grinned with what seemed to us bad taste.
At least, that is what seemed to have happened.
She continued what seemed to be part of a set speech.
Not a room but what seemed empty, strange.
Now she waited what seemed many minutes without response.
Sabatini replied, stifling what seemed to be a yawn.
The lady looked on, with what seemed a doubtful eye.
My hand, indeed, grasped what seemed to be his.
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