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Chicago newspapers are more alive to new ideas than the newspapers of New York or Boston.
In spite of the hour the town seemed to be more alive than ever.
Certainly at first my affection was increased, or rather was more alive.
And no one was more alive than I to the multiple significance of the daily drama.
This fire has given us such a shock that we are going to be more alive for years to come.
When we are moved, we are more alive; we are stronger, tenderer, nobler.
She looks as she did when she was dying,only more alive, more sentient.
I even prefer it to the diamond, as something warmer and more alive.
Ghosts are more healthy, more active, more alive than they used to be.
The men, too, were more alive than on the first nocturnal voyage.