1 Rhett never presumed on these conversations but stood by, exuding fatherly pride and gratification at the notice taken of his daughter.
2 He felt the confused titillation with which the lower organisms welcome the gratification of their needs, and all his senses floundered in a vague well-being, through which Miss Bart's personality was dimly but pleasantly perceptible.
3 Her glance and accent so plainly included Rosedale in this privileged circle that his small eyes puckered with gratification, and a knowing smile drew up his moustache.
4 He sets aside all fear of death in any form when opportunity is found for the gratification of his bestial desires.
5 She expressed her gratification by repairing forthwith to the region of the gasoline stove and rewarding her guest with the promised cup of coffee.
6 He no longer hesitated to be led to a spot which promised such unalloyed gratification to his wearied senses; and leaning on the arm of his companion, he entered the narrow mouth of the cave.
7 But he purchased this moment of fierce gratification with the loss of the fatal opportunity.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 12
8 So strong was my desire, that I thought a gratification of it would fully compensate for whatever loss of comforts I should sustain by the exchange.
9 The gratification afforded by the triumph was a full compensation for whatever else might follow, even death itself.
10 But I must deprive myself of this pleasure, and the curious of the gratification which such a statement would afford.
11 He smiled in deep gratification.
12 A visit to the bank, where several thousand pounds were found to be lying to the murderer's credit, completed his gratification.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde By Robert Louis StevensonContext Highlight In CHAPTER THE CAREW MURDER CASE
13 It has not been, sir, without some trouble that I have effected this; but trouble in your service is to me a pleasure, and hunger, thirst, and cold a real gratification.
14 She took it, however, as she spoke, and the gratification of having her do so, of feeling such a connexion for the first time, made him a little forgetful of Fanny.
15 For her own gratification she could have wished that something might be acted, for she had never seen even half a play, but everything of higher consequence was against it.