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She had left the thing and felt out of it.
He felt out of it and wanted to take a nap.
I felt out of it, sitting by myself on the couch.
So what if they get a wall picture and a warm fuzzy feeling out of it.
One of the women gives Man an "upper", causing him to feel out of it.
He started feeling out of it and alone and began to lose his self-confidence."
He felt out of it, some impostor inhabiting Daddy's body.
"So you sort of feel out of it if you can only do five or six.
That's why I feeling out of it I think.
The Two girl managed a few stories of her own and Macdonald began to feel out of it.
Almost concerned lest I feel out of it,
I felt out of it.
He couldn't understand during the Bears' game why he felt out of it, why he seemed to be coasting at times.
As a kid growing up in California, I felt out of it, and as an adult I sought jobs that made me feel important.
Hopefully, with 'Scissorhands,' they will get the same sort of magic and feel out of it, but also relate to it a bit better."
Now that it's up to the Shuttle and whatever they can run up in Vegas, I guess he feels out of it.'
"I was made to feel out of it because I didn't have an E-mail address," Mr. Post said.
"When people feel out of it or embattled, language deteriorates just as it does in wartime," Mr. Doctorow said.
when one's not of it and has lived twenty years in South Africa, one still feels out of it."
"I met Tina," he said in a low level voice, trying to keep feeling out of it, "three years ago in a concentration camp in Russia.
'Mr Wilson's kind, but he makes me feel out of it,' whispered Mrs H. Mr Wilson was indeed kind.
Such was the excitement and focus on Maggie that in spite of Rose's care to draw him into the conversation Moran began to feel out of it and grew bored.
When British men feel out of it, by comparison to those sleek, buffed males merchandized globally, the merchandise that oppresses and obsesses them comes from Los Angeles and New York.
Later, as she unpacked, she wondered if she had been a little childish to refuse Rolf's offer of the champagne; she hadn't meant to be rude, but she had felt out of it.
Nor was it about getting stoned and listening to Jimi Hendrix, everybody feeling out of it and alienated and bored - though the fact was, we were young, and there was also plenty of that.
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