This led him to lose the thread
of a conversation in a way that people who did not know him could misinterpret for evasiveness.
I start looking at things behind them, which is off-putting because I lose the thread
of what I want to say and that throws them, too.
Englund does, however, tend to lose the thread
of rational thought and to drift in a sea of footnotes, e.g., n.
And that if you lose the thread
of this intimacy, both your soul and your whole world might subsist forever in some desert-like state of ontological impoverishment.
In addition to his bravura style and interesting authorial choices (Stephenson tells each of his narratives in the present tense, regardless of when they occur chronologically), the book is so tightly plotted that you never lose the thread
Val McDermid has been a journalist for a long time and knows how to tell a story and how to give all the facts but never to lose the thread
of the story or to become boring.
When humanity itself becomes threatened with an easy faith, when we give a wink to all genuine value, when we lose the thread
of "the umbilical bond that binds it (us) always to Being" (p.
It is sometimes difficult not to lose the thread
, because the author provides so many details.
The Torch Theatre Company production, directed by Peter Doran, obviously has a strong focus on rugby and those not au fait with the sport may lose the thread
Repeat yourself or lose the thread
of conversation; Have problems thinking and reasoning; Feel anxious, depressed or angry about your forgetfulness; Find other people start to comment on your forgetfulness; Feel confused even when in a familiar environment.
I suspect Benedict, known of late to lose the thread
of conversations, may be suffering from a form of senility.
If you let stars in your eyes get the better of you, you lose the thread
of why you were there in the first place.