1 Southerners were as enthusiastic visitors as they were hosts, and there was nothing unusual in relatives coming to spend the Christmas holidays and remaining until July.
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2 For a fleeting instant she saw Melanie's incredulous face, the look on the chaperons' faces, the petulant girls, the enthusiastic approval of the soldiers.
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3 If they could have continued this normal barbaric life Carol would have been the most enthusiastic citizen of Gopher Prairie.
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4 She discovered that, despite the enthusiastic young writers, the drama was not half so native and close to the soil as motor cars and telephones.
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5 Our instructors were oddly assorted; wandering pioneer school-teachers, stranded ministers of the Gospel, a few enthusiastic young men just out of graduate schools.
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6 The slaves selected to go to the Great House Farm, for the monthly allowance for themselves and their fellow-slaves, were peculiarly enthusiastic.
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7 They jeered the piratical private, and called attention to various defects in his personal appearance; and they were wildly enthusiastic in support of the young girl.
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8 The precise gunners were coolly enthusiastic.
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9 We undertook to work the plantation together; and Alfred, whose outward life and capabilities had double the strength of mine, became an enthusiastic planter, and a wonderfully successful one.
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10 I am not enthusiastic over your Jesus, who preaches renunciation and sacrifice to the last extremity.
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11 He was, on the whole, a cold and ardent, noble, generous, proud, religious, enthusiastic lad; dignified to harshness, pure to shyness.
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12 They grew enthusiastic for the absolute, they caught glimpses of infinite realizations; the absolute, by its very rigidity, urges spirits towards the sky and causes them to float in illimitable space.
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13 It was evident that, for this energetic and enthusiastic nature, this could only be a transitory state, and that, at the first shock against the inevitable complications of destiny, Marius would awaken.
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14 These souvenirs connected with a king rendered the bourgeoisie enthusiastic.
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15 They are an enthusiastic family, but liable to cool off.
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