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1  His adversary leaped on his feet, making the arches of the forest ring with the sounds of triumph.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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2  The look of exultation and brutal triumph which announced this terrible truth was irresistibly irritating.
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3  A strain of melancholy, however, blended with his triumph, rendering his voice, as usual, soft and musical.
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4  No shout of triumph succeeded this important advantage, but even the Mohicans gazed at each other in silent horror.
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5  The scout seized "killdeer" in his left hand, and elevating it about his head, he shook it in triumph at his enemies.
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6  The Mohicans boldly sent back the intimidating yell of their enemies, who raised a shout of savage triumph at the fall of Gamut.
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7  Raising a shout of triumph, he sprang toward the defenseless Cora, sending his keen axe as the dreadful precursor of his approach.
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8  The eyes of the whole party followed the unexpected movement, and read their success in the air of triumph that the youth assumed.
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9  He spoke openly of the fruits of their wisdom, which he boldly pronounced would be a complete and final triumph over their enemies.
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10  Then the voice of the speaker fell, and lost the loud, animated tones of triumph with which he had enumerated their deeds of success and victory.
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11  Their plaintive and terrific cry, which was intended to represent equally the wailings of the dead and the triumph to the victors, had entirely ceased.
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12  Hawkeye, without looking round to read his triumph in applauding eyes, very composedly stretched his tall frame before the dying embers, and closed his own organs in sleep.
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13  The young Mohican gave a shout of triumph, and followed by Duncan, he glided up the acclivity they had descended to the combat, and sought the friendly shelter of the rocks and shrubs.
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14  Uncas, without making any reply, bounded away from the spot, and in the next instant he was seen tearing from a bush, and waving in triumph, a fragment of the green riding-veil of Cora.
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15  Then shaking off a train of reflections that he accounted a weakness in such a moment of triumph, he retraced his steps toward his tent, giving the order as he passed to make the signal that should arouse the army from its slumbers.
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16  Standing a single minute to enjoy his bitter triumph, he turned away, as if sickening at the gaze of men, and, veiling his face in his blanket, he walked from the lodge with the noiseless step of an Indian seeking, in the privacy of his own abode, the sympathy of one like himself, aged, forlorn and childless.
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17  A second yell soon followed the first, when a rush of voices was heard pouring down the island, from its upper to its lower extremity, until they reached the naked rock above the caverns, where, after a shout of savage triumph, the air continued full of horrible cries and screams, such as man alone can utter, and he only when in a state of the fiercest barbarity.
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