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1  He was in a tremendous state of excitement.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXIII
2  The boys above were as excited as themselves, and as delighted.
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3  It was all on account of the whiskey and the excitement, I reckon.
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4  Tom was trembling from head to foot with excitement and a sense of the hopelessness of the situation.
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5  Surely he must have fainted; maybe he was dead; maybe his heart had burst under terror and excitement.
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6  He was admitted daily after that, but was warned to keep still about his adventure and introduce no exciting topic.
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7  The inmates were asleep, but it was a sleep that was set on a hair-trigger, on account of the exciting episode of the night.
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8  It was talked about, gloated over, glorified, until the reason of many of the citizens tottered under the strain of the unhealthy excitement.
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9  The excitement was gone, now, and Tom and Joe could not keep back thoughts of certain persons at home who were not enjoying this fine frolic as much as they were.
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10  About a fortnight after Tom's rescue from the cave, he started off to visit Huck, who had grown plenty strong enough, now, to hear exciting talk, and Tom had some that would interest him, he thought.
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11  Tom's excitement enabled him to keep awake until a pretty late hour, and he had good hopes of hearing Huck's "maow," and of having his treasure to astonish Becky and the picnickers with, next day; but he was disappointed.
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12  Huck was irritated to think he had been such a goose and betrayed such a suspicious excitement, for he had dropped the idea that the parcel brought from the tavern was the treasure, as soon as he had heard the talk at the widow's stile.
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13  The tick tried this, that, and the other course, and got as excited and as anxious as the boys themselves, but time and again just as he would have victory in his very grasp, so to speak, and Tom's fingers would be twitching to begin, Joe's pin would deftly head him off, and keep possession.
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