1 The strange exaltation of his mood had brought on one of his rare fits of boastfulness.
2 There was a glow, an exaltation in her eyes.
3 She felt an intense longing to prolong, to perpetuate, the momentary exaltation of her spirit.
4 Scarlett knew Rhett had no exalted opinion of Ashley and cared nothing at all about the fact that he had been made a major.
5 They were exalted by the picture of themselves as being simultaneously business-like and artistic.
6 She was curiously exalted; her voice was strained; she stared not at the company but at the grotesques scrawled on the backs of wing-pieces by forgotten stage-hands.
7 Kennicott made an excellent land-deal, but as he told her none of the details, she was not greatly exalted or agitated.
8 She did not feel exalted, but unkempt and furious.
9 She prayed to Jesus, always to the Son of God, offering him the terrible power of her adoration, addressing him as the eternal lover, growing passionate, exalted, large, as she contemplated his splendor.
10 She warned herself that she was probably exaggerating; that no young man could have all these exalted qualities.
11 In the presence of others she expressed admiration for his exalted gifts, as she handed the photograph around and dwelt upon the fidelity of the likeness.
12 With its own penetrating vision the spirit seeks some one mortal worthy to hold him company, worthy of being exalted for a few hours into realms of the semi-celestials.
13 The physical need for sleep began to overtake her; the exuberance which had sustained and exalted her spirit left her helpless and yielding to the conditions which crowded her in.
14 A lad whose face had borne an expression of exalted courage, the majesty of he who dares give his life, was, at an instant, smitten abject.
15 In the excited and exalted state of my brain, I could not think of a place without seeing it, or of persons without seeing them.