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Hallucinating dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. He was hallucinating, he was sure.
  2. Freak, I must be hallucinating.
  3. I thought maybe I was hallucinating.
  4. He wondered if he was hallucinating.
  5. She wondered if she was hallucinating.
  6. At times, I thought I was hallucinating.
  7. Raiya wondered if she was hallucinating.
  8. I do not tell her about hallucinating Will.
  9. Sometime after that started, he began hallucinating.
  10. I feel as though I’m hallucinating and I’m not.
  11. How did he know that? Or maybe she was hallucinating.
  12. Am I hallucinating all this? Is this real, he thought.
  13. She was hallucinating she thought that she was on fire.
  14. I started thinking that I was maybe hallucinating.
  15. At first sight of him, Truman felt he was hallucinating.
  16. What had got into them? Was he hallucinating again like.
  17. Had he started hallucinating, on top of everything else?
  18. Moments later he thought he was hallucinating when he saw.
  19. Mother, she's hallucinating, she thinks that she's on fire.
  20. Was it all real, or was I hallucinating? he asked her.
  21. She had been hallucinating since the previous day’s horror.
  22. Mother? Daphne blinked her eyes, sure she was hallucinating.
  23. Maybe I was hallucinating but still, it was her voice that I heard.
  24. But if I really was hallucinating, wouldn’t I believe I wasn’t?
  25. Still assuming I was hallucinating, I got up and drank a glass of water.
  26. Was I hallucinating again? I stifled a scream and ripped open the door.
  27. But are mystics who talk of a spaceless and timeless void hallucinating?
  28. She’d thought she was hallucinating when she’d looked up and seen Jevan.
  29. I must be hallucinating; you’re just a divine mirage in this sterile desert.
  30. Katelyn saw him too; we both couldn’t possibly be hallucinating, could we?
  31. He felt too faint and blurry to make sense of this, he had to be hallucinating.
  32. Jessica was freaking out, she was dripping sweat and thought she was hallucinating.
  33. It’s possible she was hallucinating from her head hitting the concrete, you know.
  34. Right? After all those months of being drugged, of hallucinating, and perhaps the delusional.
  35. God, just when she’d thought she’d turned the page on her grief, now she was hallucinating.
  36. I recalled I had suffered a blow on the head in the crash, so I figured I had to be hallucinating.
  37. He claims he told me a small gang was breaking in and apparently I said he was hallucinating ninjas.
  38. Probably he thought I was hallucinating because he didn’t watch enough Little House on the Prairie.
  39. Did he slip me something? Am I hallucinating? Am I having a rage-induced aneurysm? This can’t be real.
  40. Others rode horses down a wooded trail, and, unless I was hallucinating, some of their horses had wings.
  41. He tried to pretend he was hallucinating but the voice was so lucid and beautiful it could not be ignored.
  42. Maybe I’d gotten knocked in the head during the kidnapping, and I was hallucinating things that weren’t there.
  43. As I write this today, I realize that I was hallucinating since it never came anywhere close to what was promised.
  44. I definitely wasn’t hallucinating this time: Dozens of other people were staring up at the shuttle in amazement, too.
  45. Billy Boy is that you lad or am I hallucinating? I looked over and saw Sam Langton lying on a stretcher and I replied.
  46. As she lay dying, hallucinating from hunger and dehydration, she drifted between visions of demons and visions of her savior.
  47. Convinced that he was hallucinating, he drove off, leaving Stu, Spock and Pon, roaring with laughter at Nick, the walking calamity.
  48. Kantor was stunned and could not figure out what was happening or even whether he was so sleep deprived that he was hallucinating.
  49. My heart raced and I thought for sure I was hallucinating, but a voice from overhead said, ' There's no need for you to worry, Angelo.
  50. Rani froze on the spot, the other two were so drunk that they weren’t sure if this was really happening or whether they were hallucinating.
  51. He assumed he was hallucinating from lack of sleep, or just going nuts, as he began seeing other spirits in the air as well as that of Justin.
  52. Not because she looked like her or I was hallucinating but because the alien spirit could morph any energy it felt fit to influence me their way.
  53. She started hallucinating again and often when I was with her she addressed long monologues to Makis and Stratos as if they were sitting right there with us.
  54. I worried, for a moment, that I was having a brain hemorrhage, or that I was hallucinating what I was seeing: the rock changing color and shrinking in my hands.
  55. We never slept for days and nights, and at one stage I were hallucinating out or tiredness for we came on duty the night before and never went home for five days.
  56. Closing his eyes, he nipped his skin with his front teeth, just in case he was hallucinating, but when he opened his eyes again his fur was still a pure white colour.
  57. Almost always, between loves, they would eat naked in the bed, in the hallucinating heat and under the daytime stars that the rust had caused to shine on the zinc ceiling.
  58. At this point I began to think that I must have had a brain fart, had blacked out, or maybe was hallucinating, because I was pretty sure that I’d lost touch with reality.
  59. If I were to say at this very moment that I’m seeing many translucent Specters floating around the room, would you not tell me I’m crazy and hallucinating? Yet seeing the Specters is my truth.
  60. This transformation is not seed falling to the ground from burnt cones and blazed pines pyried to the sky hallucinating the hue to oceans not suspended ‘tween clouds – no quench of thirst, extinguishing of flames.
  61. They most probably thought he was hallucinating, Rick said to himself, and decided that the truth would come out soon enough; he surrendered himself to the luxury of being attended to and appreciated the soft surface on which he was lying.
  62. Many times during the hallucinating Roman August he had opened his eyes in the middle of his sleep and had seen Amaranta rising out of a marble--edged pool with her lace petticoats and the bandage on her hand, idealized by the anxiety of exile.
  63. She is probably still hallucinating We will take her off the drip but increase the sedative until Dr Bhatti comes on The nurse pretended to busy herself puffing up the pillows and smoothing the bedclothes whilst the doctor made adjustments to the chart.
  64. But her husband placated her with polite words, and thought to himself that she may have been hallucinating, or that she was simply acting in order to entice him to pay more attention to her, thinking that it may have been nothing more than the cunning of women.
  65. If you start doubting reality and follow that thinking to it’s ultimate expression, you end with the supposition that yours is the only consciousness that exists, and that you are hallucinating everything that you experience, and you do not realize this because you hide that truth from yourself to protect your sanity, or perhaps because you are already insane.
  66. She kept on thinking about him during the arduous muleback crossing of the hallucinating plateau where Aureliano Segundo had become lost when he was looking for the most beautiful woman who had ever appeared on the face of the earth, and when they went over the mountains along Indian trails and entered the gloomy city in whose stone alleys the funereal bronze bells of thirty-two churches tolled.
  67. Thought I was hallucinating, her father replied, then it spoke to me, it said,.
  1. And then I hallucinated again.
  2. That I hallucinated it?
  3. I hallucinated for weeks in the hospital.
  4. I then hallucinated the head of an angry Black revolutionary.
  5. Together they lived in a world of hallucinated dreams of the damned.
  6. I hadn't hallucinated like this since my plumbing teacher tried to kill.
  7. No, Nu Luv was really just a collective hallucinated euphemism for blood money.
  8. The soul suffered in torment the agony of the hallucinated hell upon its essence.
  9. In the end stages some sufferers hallucinated, often convinced that they were recovering.
  10. Maybe she hallucinated in her grief, or maybe she just said whatever she thought would give me grief.
  11. Maybe she hallucinated in her grief, or maybe she just said whatever she thought would give me grief.
  12. He had heard that people often hallucinated in moments such as these, seeing what they most yearned to see.
  13. It was good to know I hadn’t hallucinated the foot — for Christ’s sake, practically half the town had seen the thing.
  14. The statues were there right where they had always been! He knew he was really drunk, but he had never hallucinated that badly before.
  15. How could she have mistakenly thought it was Achak? Had she hallucinated? Maybe she was getting too hungry and tired and thirsty and it was affecting her senses.
  16. Instinctively, out of survival, I sprang head first into the narrow crack, which I seemed to have hallucinated a human face peering out at me just a moment before.
  17. Either he had hallucinated most vividly the night before - which, given his lack of rest in several days, could have been possible - or this man had DRAFTChapter 15 307.
  18. One man had died, and the rest had hallucinated, babbling at invisible companions, singing bizarre songs, arguing about where to pull over the imaginary car in which they were riding.
  19. These activities can be as benign as sitting up in bed, walking to the bathroom, and cleaning, or as hazardous as cooking, driving, violent gestures and grabbing at hallucinated objects.
  20. Nevertheless, the morning on which she entered the kitchen and found a cup of coffee offered her by a pale and bony adolescent with a hallucinated glow in his eyes, the claws of ridicule tore at her.
  21. He did not notice it because at that moment he was discovering the first indications of his own being in a lascivious grandfather who let him-self be frivolously dragged along across a hallucinated plateau in search of a beautiful woman who would not make him happy.
  22. He looked at Bob and saw that now Bob was looking straight back at him, right into his eyes, and for a fraction of a second Adam hallucinated that he was looking into a mirror, at himself, living the other potential destiny, which would have unfolded had his birthday been chosen in the conscription lottery all those years ago.
  23. He taught little Aureliano how to read and write, initiated him in the study of the parchments, and he inculcated him with such a personal interpretation of what the banana company had meant to Macondo that many years later, when Aureliano became part of the world, one would have thought that he was telling a hallucinated version, because it was radically opposed to the false one that historians had created and consecrated in the schoolbooks.

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1. Then he began to hallucinate.
2. She was also starting to hallucinate.
3. Either you hallucinate or I'm blind.
4. He was beginning to hallucinate, hear voices.
5. They caused her to hallucinate, hear voices.
6. He did not hallucinate and the pie was quite good.
7. I even hallucinate and see his face giving me "the look".
8. You’re starving, and that causes you to hallucinate.
9. His fever rose and he became delirious and began to hallucinate.
10. Dreams are something we either hallucinate or develop ideas that.
11. Maybe it was the viral pneumonia that was causing him to hallucinate.
12. From the bump on her head, she might hallucinate a little, the EMT explained.
13. Near his death Chip began to hallucinate, thinking that he was entering a place called Animal Town.
14. Arthur is not the sort to hallucinate, Stone said, and from what I’ve heard of Prizzi, neither is he.
15. SOMETIME AFTER THAT, I began to seriously hallucinate and I wondered if there was something in the water, or maybe even the crackers I’d eaten.
16. Was this a coma? Did they have him on some strong medication like morphine that was making him hallucinate? He couldn’t even tell if he was still breathing.
17. Be careful with this spell, have someone to observe you (in a triple circle of protection) and also, it might be a good idea to have designated driver/magician should you become tipsy or begin to hallucinate or lose your sanity or whatnot.
18. I move on into the warm blue morning and the tingling tiredness after no sleep and I realise that travelling for over twenty-four hours makes you hallucinate so, disregarding my psychotic episode in the flea market, I interest myself in a cultural visit instead.
19. She began to hallucinate when she was awake,.

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