1 How Beth got excited, and skipped and sang with joy.
2 I didn't feel blushy or quakey, but quite cool and only a little excited.
3 She excited the suspicions of public librarians by asking for works on poisons.
4 She was back at her post in an instant, and to her excited eyes a great change seemed to have taken place.
5 "Scold as much as you like, you'll never see your silly old book again," cried Amy, getting excited in her turn.
6 Inclination as well as perversity made the decision easy, and being already much excited, Meg opposed the old lady with unusual spirit.
7 It's no use, Jo, we've got to have it out, and the sooner the better for both of us, he answered, getting flushed and excited all at once.
8 That comes of having big blue eyes and loving music, said Jo, trying to soothe Beth, who trembled and looked more excited than she had ever been before.
9 As that was impossible, she did her best to seem gay, and being rather excited, she succeeded so well that no one dreamed what an effort she was making.
10 Laurie spoke very fast, and turned red and excited all in a minute, for he had kept his plot a secret, for fear of disappointing the girls or harming Beth.
11 She felt excited and strange, and not knowing what else to do, followed a capricious impulse, and, withdrawing her hands, said petulantly, "I don't choose."
12 It will be too absurd to put a luncheon for twelve before a single girl, cried Jo, hurrying away to the lower regions, too excited to stop even for a laugh.
13 This little bit of byplay excited Annie's curiosity, but Meg was too tired for gossip and went to bed, feeling as if she had been to a masquerade and hadn't enjoyed herself as much as she expected.
14 It was silly, I dare say, but it changed his mind, for I got rather excited, and told the story in my topsy-turvy way, and his wife heard, and said so kindly, 'Take it, Thomas, and oblige the young lady.'
15 Laurie came sneaking into the kitchen of the Dovecote one Saturday, with an excited face, and was received with the clash of cymbals, for Hannah clapped her hands with a saucepan in one and the cover in the other.
16 Fortunately the story was The Constant Tin Soldier, which is droll, you know, so I could laugh, and I did, though I didn't understand half he read, for I couldn't help it, he was so earnest, I so excited, and the whole thing so comical.
17 So she dressed herself in her best, and trying to persuade herself that she was neither excited nor nervous, bravely climbed two pairs of dark and dirty stairs to find herself in a disorderly room, a cloud of cigar smoke, and the presence of three gentlemen, sitting with their heels rather higher than their hats, which articles of dress none of them took the trouble to remove on her appearance.
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