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    1. Taking advantage of a lull in their discussions, Tom interrupted

    2. There is an unnatural lull in the morning bird song

    3. something that would lull him back to sleep

    4. The pair continued to argue the statue's merit, while Brice used the momentary lull to further study their surroundings

    5. He successfully negotiated the edge during a brief lull in the storm, fell into a peat bog, cut the rope quickly to release the rocks, he clambered back to the bank

    6. Both sides were motionless, resting, restoring their strength with the brief lull in the battle

    7. She continued to ponder his plans, when the battle at the Rift entered a sudden lull

    8. The cheerful clang-clang of the ships’ bells, the squeaky squawks of the sea birds, and the low whoosh of the hulls against the waves were all enough to lull him toward sleep where he sat

    9. “Should we investigate it or stay clear though?” asked Fletcher, using the temporary lull in the group’s pace as a chance to catch up

    10. After a few more booms there was a lull

    11. At the moment it so happened that there was a lull in the fighting so some of our lads fished in the streams while others washed their clothes as there had been a break in the weather and it was rather sunny now

    12. I lull the cat into a false sense of security by combing her for twenty minutes

    13. During a lull in the conversation, I asked, “Does anyone have any idea where I can buy

    14. She had allowed his lack of emotion to lull her into believing he lacked interest as well

    15. There was no lull in the firing all day, and one instinctively worked among the wounded, for “the harvest was plenteous, but the labourers were few

    16. He had been president during a relative lull in the violence, from 1850 to 1853

    17. When conversation at our table reaches a lull, I hear every word they say

    18. A brother? Would this be the person referred to briefly when only family were present, conversation in a lull (I’d be hardly noticed, sitting quietly among them), and a voice would ask softly in Afrikaans, “Have you heard from Boeta in the Cape?” (This province was so far away that for most practical purposes it could have been another country

    19. images of her granddaughter lull her to sleep

    20. Maggie was left with the rocking of the wagon and the lull of the noises outside

    21. After a lull in the conversation

    22. This left Mark with no response, and Yazadril hurried to fill the awkward lull in the conversation

    23. The Keeper shook his head, face showing no change, calm as the lull of the evening tide

    24. The song of the poplars would lull her thoughts and she loved to hear the players learning their lines

    25. I waited for a tiny lull in

    26. In fact, on this night, it’s clicking was about to lull me to sleep when I heard Harv’s terrifying shout

    27. and recognized Manley's voice that he realized the lull would

    28. began to lull her

    29. About an hour and a half into our time together, we had a major lull in the traffic

    30. Some instinct warned me to listen to Annabeth, but I was fighting the sleepy feeling, the comfortable lull that came from the food and the old lady’s voice

    31. Raymond Lull in theology

    32. Pliny the Elder wrote that a woman could lull a storm

    33. She invoked to the dark forces of Zoroastro, the Enchantress Zarnia and the Magician Abramelim, summoned to their marvelous and perverse powers so that the potion lull the senses of the young woman and preventing her to locate the counter-conjuration, maintaining her in a dreaming state, at least until the five days had passed and the demons arrive

    34. surface after a lull in activity, so avoid rushing the process

    35. So, he allowed himself to lull his conscience when she made the arrangements

    36. Nathaniel said they were in the midst of the "lull before the storm

    37. As that wild yell rose above the clamor, there was an instant's lull, and then a hundred throats bayed ferocious answer and warriors came leaping to repel the attack presaged by the warning

    38. During a lull in the firing, they raced across to the hospital which had only been superficially damaged by the incendiary bomb dropped on the Security Headquarters next door

    39. Thankfully, there was a lull in the number of patrons in the area

    40. I knew that the lull in quiet within the pool area was only temporary

    41. Taking advantage of the lull in the fighting, Lt

    42. However, imagine a trader comes along and buys up a load of fish, then there's a lull in the amount of fish caught, as happens sometimes

    43. “Look at the couple on that table,” said Stan covertly during a lull in the conversation

    44. At the time, there was a temporary lull in

    45. The lull in quiet ended when it was time to part ways for

    46. occupants were waiting for a lull in traffic, which was to occur

    47. I waited until there was a complete lull in traffic to stop

    48. a lull in pedestrian traffic, but I knew it wouldn’t last for

    49. to wait for a lull in traffic

    50. “I won’t deny that, but with everyone making preparations for the hurricane brewing out there,” he motioned towards the law library and the general direction of the ocean, “I’ve been taking the opportunity at this lull in activity to catch up on some readings and all

    1. ‘I was so busy in December I hadn’t noticed my period didn’t happen and I’d been lulled into a sense of security by the fact that I had a bit of a period in November … though it wasn’t anywhere near normal

    2. A stronger will than his lulled him back to sleep

    3. She felt bad for spoiling his evening, but did enjoy being lulled to sleep by the oldies

    4. They were again lulled into a state of false security

    5. Monk-Key 1 lulled the Dr

    6. She would not see him place it all on the ground just outside of where she slept, and that he would do his best to keep a protective though very tired eye on her tent as the night lulled on

    7. When I reached the beach I found them, as I had hoped, lulled into a false sense of security by the sun and surf

    8. We cut through the blue Aegean Sea at quite a fair pace and the rolling and swaying of the ship soon lulled me and Archie to sleep when we awoke Archie said

    9. I had been lulled into a false sense of security talking to my friends I should have kept my guard up and got out of here while I could

    10. Sylvia would get so involved in the project at hand that she’d forget how much of a basic fuck-up Mike could be and allow herself to be lulled into a false sense of security

    11. The long and unbroken peace lulled the wizards into a false sense of safety, and they became lax in their vigil

    12. I was sick of hearing about the reasons Levi and I wouldn’t work, I had heard them all before, lulled over them in my brain countless times

    13. Moni’s head lulled to the side, her eyes shut

    14. the sun, and, lulled by the sound of rushing water, managed to

    15. The flickering panorama lulled the driver, and he was only half aware of the

    16. and life was lulled

    17. Now Kirk was only half listening, lulled by the Primagnon’s voice

    18. Aidan's soft breathing lulled me to sleep

    19. But the edge of her fear was dulled, and, lulled by the monotony of motion, she passed into a quiet slumber

    20. Rory lulled by the whisky and the soothing background music felt his head start to nod and closed his eyes for a second…when he opened them, a smiling May-Lin was standing above him clothed in something filmy and flimsy

    21. Lulled by the motion and the muted hum and vibration of the engine, James slept……

    22. Publio complied so readily that Conan's suspicions were lulled, and without further hesitation he sat down and devoured enough for three men

    23. I told them everything that had happened and when the conversation lulled to a silence, I slept

    24. If they were woken up during the night, just listening to the sounds of the sea lapping against the sandy shore, was enough to be lulled back into peaceful slumber

    25. It had such a soothing tone, that you were lulled by it

    26. William was lulled by the tone of her voice

    27. The sound of the tyres rolling over the fairly smooth road lulled him

    28. He did not bathe himself with the gourd but would plunge into the fragrant waters and remain there for two hours floating on his back, lulled by the coolness and by the memory of Amaranta

    29. A furtive glance over her shoulder at the door and quickly around the room lulled her suspicion

    30. The sound of the fire lulled him into a sort of reverie and the day’s hike finally settled into his body

    31. Manstein's favourite tactic was to allow a Russian penetration in a particular area and then encircle the attackers when they had been lulled into complacency

    32. Others, lulled by the mesmerizing

    33. It was a monotonous, dull roar of moving vehicles that would have been better for the nerves if it had been ocean waves, but it still lulled Garcia into sleep

    34. The ebb and flow of the soccer players going back and forth in waves on the TV screen lulled his mind into a more relaxed, less panicked state

    35. This was what eventually lulled the entire assemblage into an altered state of consciousness

    36. “Must have been lulled to sleep by the rain,” he mused

    37. McLean lulled this nugget over in his mind as the

    38. Lulled by the clicking needles, Aesa closed his eyes, letting the heat from the hearth entice him to sleep

    39. It was a dangerous thought too, for she couldn’t afford to be lulled into a false sense of security, and that was exactly what she was afraid was happening to her now

    40. Lulled into a deep relaxation, she soon began enjoying the rough, but highly stimulating, reef sponge bathing her tender skin

    41. She and the rooks were very good company; it was a perfect moment of the afternoon; and she could think of him boxed up and examined with wide-awake affection and sympathy, because she wasn't being lulled into absent-mindedness by his unceasing and curiously monotonous flow of eloquence

    42. The rocking and swaying of the carriage lulled me to sleep and I woke when the groomsman stopped in front of a grey cobblestone building

    43. The reading had lulled her into a peaceful Sunday afternoon nap

    44. She felt lulled by his warmth; she wanted to lean into him, let him take her, but she felt wooden and hollow

    45. ---do not be lulled into thinking that parallel skiing is the main goal

    46. He cried at the loss of his mother, her warmth and affection, her soothing words and gentle songs that had lulled him to sleep

    47. which science has lulled you and made you accept science as the truth by instating it as a culture

    48. He lulled his subjects into submission through fixating them on a certain

    49. Look at the flames of a fire, and you will become distracted and hypnotized, and drugged, and be automatically lulled into a false sense of artificial warmth and security by its distracting flames, and radiating heat

    50. But we should never be lulled into a false sense of personal security and self worth - that potentially exacerbates the maladaptive attitudes of pride and arrogance, and thus, inevitable abuse of others - because we might hold a perceived privileged, distinguished and/ or powerful status, role or position in a particular community or society

    1. In comparison, the voice of the elf was soft, tranquil, almost lulling him to sleep

    2. On and on the train went the rattle clack of its wheels lulling us into a trance like state until the old engine came to an incline or hill and then it would wheeze and snort like an old asthmatic

    3. Prepared speeches, soft songs, lulling you to sleep as you rest comfortably in your padded chairs, slowly fading into all this darkness in which you are so easily ensnared

    4. And shout with euphoria while flavoring your lulling stay,

    5. Her wings moved at a fast rate, to the point where there was a lulling buzz that floated on the air

    6. But after two days of forced inactivity she had become used to—even to like—the patter lulling her to sleep at night or to nap during the day

    7. I closed my eyes with Aidan's heartbeat lulling me to sleep

    8. ' He could hear her voice lulling

    9. She kept on lulling off from behind Joey, who wrapped his arms around Heliri’s flat, hard stomach

    10. He sucked it up and pushed on, resisting the entertainment lasers and lights that danced around the room from lulling him into a daze

    11. But the intricate details that Sorren spoke were lulling him to sleep

    12. The sun’s heat was having its usual lulling effect on Laeron, and his silver eyes were hooded by his heavy lids

    13. It was a lulling melody, and Edgar felt himself immediately begin to relax, as if he were a kitten curled up with his muzzle buried in the fur of a littermate

    14. The steady one foot after the other, the images repeating themselves, they acted like a drug, slowing his reactions, lulling him

    15. notorious for lulling the clientele into thinking they are better skiers

    16. From nearby offices drifted the drone of American accents lulling me to sleep

    17. „Look at your reflection,' she said in her soft and lulling tone

    18. very lulling and relaxing

    19. Pedro Montero had a talent for lulling his adversaries into a sense of security

    20. Heads bowed in the circle of yellow light as Ellen thanked God for the health Ellen closed her eyes and began praying, her voice rising and falling, lulling and

    21. Sometimes a cultured voice came from the shadows: my horse?” Sometimes it was the hard burring of a mountain voice, sometimes the odd nasals of the flat Wiregrass country to the far south, occasionally the lulling drawl of the Coast that caught at her heart, reminding her of Ellen’s voice

    22. Did not their near relationship warrant the gentleness in their tones, the tenderness in their glances? Eugenie took delight in lulling her cousin's pain with the pretty childish joys of a new-born love

    23. There’s a lulling thing in his voice that makes me feel as if a spell has been cast that shall wake us all so that we might fly out of the mirror and speak to each other clearly at last

    24. I stood before her, and could I tell what the man told me in the lulling quiet of The Four Provinces

    25. But the fluid in his body lagged quietly through his settling veins and he heard his pulses thud, pause, thud, pause and thud again with lulling intermissions

    26. We had heard no step on that grass-grown track; the water running in the vale was the one lulling sound of the hour and scene; we might well then start when a gay voice, sweet as a silver bell, exclaimed—

    27. The rioter was drying near the oven some rags which served for swaddling cloths, while the child, in the hands of the blue-eyed Theodosia, was crying at the top of its lungs, the woman lulling it in a gentle voice

    1. In the lulls of their more active 'assistance,' Song braided Deni's hair, or Deni styled Song's now growing but still short curls

    2. The sound of the distant breaking waves lulls me into a natural stupor

    3. As she has come to expect, the air is warm and the sun soothes her skin, lulls her into the harmony of her mind

    4. With wind, many installations are designed to account for the lulls in the breeze

    5. Conversations usually come with lulls and breaks

    6. In wars throughout history you read about instances of lulls in fighting

    7. How strong was the wind? Which exact direction was it blowing from? Were there gusts and lulls? Which part of the ridge was generating the most lift?

    8. She feels a wave of positivity and it lulls her to sleep

    9. If this attitude lulls the Congress into complacency, then Modi could provide them with another wakeup call

    10. "It looks as though someone has squealed, but who--" I caught in the fragmentary lulls of the revelry

    11. Lulls in telephone conversations like the one now were lethal

    12. Too much ease lulls you into a false feeling of safety… and that is deadly when you are driving a car

    13. The tempest lulls, the moon comes floundering through the drifts

    14. Several times, during various lulls of wind and sea, I thought I heard indistinct sounds, a sort of elusive harmony produced by distant musical chords

    15. Lulls all pain

    16. I made a few other calls home during lulls in battles during my deployments

    17. Wollaston, lie much concealed, until the wind lulls and the sun shines; that the proportion of wingless beetles is larger on the exposed Desertas than in Madeira itself; and especially the extraordinary fact, so strongly insisted on by Mr

    18. Or what is there apart from the traditions of dungeoned warriors and kings (which will not wholly account for it) that makes the White Tower of London tell so much more strongly on the imagination of an untravelled American, than those other storied structures, its neighbors—the Byward Tower, or even the Bloody? And those sublimer towers, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, whence, in peculiar moods, comes that gigantic ghostliness over the soul at the bare mention of that name, while the thought of Virginia's Blue Ridge is full of a soft, dewy, distant dreaminess? Or why, irrespective of all latitudes and longitudes, does the name of the White Sea exert such a spectralness over the fancy, while that of the Yellow Sea lulls us with mortal thoughts of long lacquered mild afternoons on the waves, followed by the gaudiest and yet sleepiest of sunsets? Or, to choose a wholly unsubstantial instance, purely addressed to the fancy, why, in reading the old fairy tales of Central Europe, does "the tall pale man" of the Hartz forests, whose changeless pallor unrustlingly glides through the green of the groves—why is this phantom more terrible than all the whooping imps of the Blocksburg?

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    Sinónimos para "lull"

    lull quiet letup calm down calm quieten still tranquilize tranquillise tranquillize break respite lapse hiatus interval hush stillness silence mollify allay assuage placate