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Nor shall the feeling of estrangement, as it were-as if I were not myself, but looking on from the outside at the adventure of somebody who yet was I-the feeling of other-worldliness, if you will pardon the word, ever fade from my memory-a feeling of having been carried beyond my depth where I could not swim-which came over me when with two quick glances to right and left I took in the fact that there were no longer any trees to either side, that I was above that forest world which had so often engulfed me.
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These hints come sometimes in dreams, sometimes in sudden startling flashes,-second wakings, as it were,-a waking out of the waking state, which last is very apt to be a half-sleep.
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Half his force were shoeless; and the thin blouses which were-as has been said-all the covering that many of the Mobiles had, were ill calculated to resist the bitter cold which was already setting in.
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One man told us he could pay for his own liquor when he was dry, which, praise be, he wasn't over and above, at present; and others asked if we hadn't any beer, and when we said 'No', they said it showed what sort we were-as if the sort was not a good one, which it is.
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There was a strange silence, in which Stafford could feel Krool's soul struggling in the dark, as it were-a struggle as of black spirits in the grey dawn.
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Thus reasoned old Jacob, and he always had done so, and meant evermore to abide by it; and the graves which he had tended now for nigh a score of years, and meant to tend till he called for his own, were-as sure as he stood there in Shoxford church-yard a-talking to me, who was the very image of my father, God bless me, though not of course so big like-the graves of slaughtered innocents, and a mother who was always an angel.
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He was evidently a very good fellow, and he made an impression upon his visitors; his hospitality seemed to recommend itself consciously-with a friendly wink, as it were-as if it hinted, judicially, that you could not possibly make a better bargain.
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The early houses were-as may be gathered from the many remains in Devonshire and Cornwall-mere rings of heaped stones, over which, most probably, was put a roof of branches or reeds, plastered with mud.
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He were a good man, Ol' Mars Ballinger were-a preacher, an he wuk hisse'f too.
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Examples of Were-a

Example #1
Then I drew my lines in.
Example #2
I shall never forget the weird kind of astonishment when the fact came home to me that what snapped and crackled in the snow under the horses' hoofs, were the tops of trees.
Example #3
I have many times stopped short and held my breath, and felt the blood leaving my cheeks, in one of these sudden clairvoyant flashes.
Example #4
It is in the hearts of many men and women-let me add children-that there is a Great Secret waiting for them,-a secret of which they get hints now and then, perhaps oftener in early than in later years.
Example #5
Ammunition, too, as well as food, was short.
Example #6
He was, besides, in want of many articles of urgent necessity.