1 It was thirty below zero; too cold to exhilarate her.
2 The discovery gave her an immediate illusion of activity: it was exhilarating to think that she had actually a reason for hurrying home.
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3 She had replaced the city hall project by an entirely new and highly exhilarating thought of how little was done for these unpicturesque poor.
4 The men scampered in insane fever of haste, racing as if to achieve a sudden success before an exhilarating fluid should leave them.
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5 The exhilarating ripple of her voice was a wild tonic in the rain.
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6 But in that nervous tension, and in the visions that filled her imagination, there was nothing disagreeable or gloomy: on the contrary there was something blissful, glowing, and exhilarating.
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7 To my mind it is most exhilarating, and strengthening, and soothing.
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8 Thus, for different reasons, what was to the rest an exhilarating movement was to these two a riding upon the whirlwind.
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9 Then he seemed quite inspired, though the burial customs of the ancients, to which the conversation had strayed, might not be considered an exhilarating topic.
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10 The men asked him to give his version of it, and he did so with great vivacity for the sight of five small hot whiskies was very exhilarating.
11 The sounds, which he had not heard for so long, had an even more pleasurable and exhilarating effect on Rostov than the previous sounds of firing.
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12 To Scarlett, he seemed as exhilarated and contemptuous as if he got strong pleasure from the situation, as if he welcomed the inferno they were approaching.
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13 Carol was not unhappy and she was not exhilarated, in the St. Paul Library.
14 The players pretended to be exhilarated by practising service, but they startled at each dust-cloud from a motor car.
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15 These thoughts exhilarated me and led me to apply with fresh ardour to the acquiring the art of language.