1 Frail, fine-boned, so white of skin that her flaming hair seemed to have drawn all the color from her face into its vital burnished mass, she was nevertheless possessed of exuberant health and untiring energy.
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2 Now for the Trenors, you remember, he chose the Corinthian: exuberant, but based on the best precedent.
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3 Juanita kissed her and in the exuberant manner of a new star presented to the executive committee her theory, "What we want in a play is humor and pep."
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4 On the contrary, I can never recollect having seen him in such exuberant spirits.
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5 So far as I could see, all the world displayed the same exuberant richness as the Thames valley.
6 It wasn't hide-bound and stick-in-the- muddish like the older towns and it had a brash exuberance that matched her own.
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7 The quality of the air, the exuberance of the flowers, the blue intensity of sea and sky, produced the effect of a closing TABLEAU, when all the lights are turned on at once.
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8 About her was the clothy exuberance of a Blodgett College room: cretonne-covered window-seat, photographs of girls, a carbon print of the Coliseum, a chafing-dish, and a dozen pillows embroidered or beaded or pyrographed.
9 All this working land was turned into exuberance by the light.
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10 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.
11 There had been a crowd following all the way, owing to the exuberance of Marija Berczynskas.
12 As soon as Jane had read Mr. Gardiner's hope of Lydia's being soon married, her joy burst forth, and every following sentence added to its exuberance.
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13 But Mrs. Dashwood, trusting to the temperate account of her own disappointment which Elinor had sent her, was led away by the exuberance of her joy to think only of what would increase it.
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14 In the exuberance of my joy, I asked him to lunch with me at the Holborn, and we started off together in a hansom.
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