1 It might be the exhilaration of that potent cordial which is distilled only in the furnace-glow of earnest and long-continued thought.
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2 He then returned to the punch, in the highest state of exhilaration.
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3 Now and then he turned his eyes from the girl's face to that of her partner, which, in the exhilaration of the dance, had taken on a look of almost impudent ownership.
4 There were in her at the moment two beings, one drawing deep breaths of freedom and exhilaration, the other gasping for air in a little black prison-house of fears.
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5 His eyes shone, and his cheek was flushed with the exhilaration of the master workman who sees his work lie ready before him.
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6 They merged at last into a kind of hysterical exhilaration.
7 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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8 She had replaced the city hall project by an entirely new and highly exhilarating thought of how little was done for these unpicturesque poor.
9 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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10 The exhilarating ripple of her voice was a wild tonic in the rain.
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11 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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12 To my mind it is most exhilarating, and strengthening, and soothing.
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13 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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14 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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15 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.