He considered these things, and they worried him, made him realize
what a serious thing was death, far more serious than the average person let himself believe.
All looked so peaceful and happy, the rustling trees and the broad silent stretch of grain-land, that it was difficult to realize
that the spirit of murder lurked through it all.
Rage and bloodlust such as his could be satisfied only by the feel of hot flesh between rending fangs, by the gush of new life blood against his bare skin, for, though he did not realize it, Korak, The Killer, was fighting for something more compelling than hate or revenge-- he was a great male fighting another male for a she of his own kind.
And what was it that had caused him to realize it so suddenly?
He did not realize
that Lucy had consecrated her environment by the thousand little civilities that create a tenderness in time, and that though her eyes saw its defects, her heart refused to despise it entirely.
The dairyman, who had thrown himself into abstraction to better realize
the taste, and so divine the particular species of noxious weed to which it appertained, suddenly exclaimed--
Lady Greystoke never recovered from the shock of the great ape's attack, and, though she lived for a year after her baby was born, she was never again outside the cabin, nor did she ever fully realize
that she was not in England.
He could distinctly see the distraught yet angry expression on the faces of these two men, who evidently did not realize
what they were doing.
And if we do not find it where you say it is, do you realize
what your punishment will be?
Ghek made no reply, but moved rapidly through the winding subterranean corridors until Gahan began to realize
how truly was he in the hands of this strange monster.
now how foolhardy was my act in such a land as Caspak, teeming with danger and with death; but there is a certain amount of fool in every man; and whatever proportion of it I own must have been in the ascendant that day, for the truth of the matter is that I went down into those woods absolutely defenseless; and I paid the price, as people usually do for their indiscretions.
Nikita called cautiously, beginning to realize
the truth, and straightening his back.
Little did she realize
that the tortuous and distorted evolution of the next three centuries would compel a Third Revolt and a Fourth Revolt, and many Revolts, all drowned in seas of blood, ere the world-movement of labor should come into its own.
Pollyanna, however, did not realize
this, except momentarily when a brief period of full consciousness sent insistent questions to her lips.
The general description of the sort of phenomena that bear on our present question is as follows: A person states that his desires are so-and-so, and that it is these desires that inspire his actions; but the outside observer perceives that his actions are such as to realize
quite different ends from those which he avows, and that these different ends are such as he might be expected to desire.