1 This certainty of the morrow gave zest and enthusiasm to life, and the County people enjoyed life with a heartiness that Ellen could never understand.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret MitcheGet Context In CHAPTER III
2 So much of the keen zest had gone out of life recently.
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3 They would have over-emphasized the novelty of the adventure, trying to make him feel in it the zest of an escapade.
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4 But the reward itself seemed unpalatable just then: she could get no zest from the thought of victory.
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5 The crude forms in which her friends took their pleasure included a loud enjoyment of such complications: the zest of surprising destiny in the act of playing a practical joke.
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6 I admired the cheerful zest with which grandmother went about keeping us warm and comfortable and well-fed.
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7 Such disappointments only gave greater zest to the nights when we acted charades, or had a costume ball in the back parlour, with Sally always dressed like a boy.
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8 His zest in debauchery might wane, but never Mrs. Cutter's belief in it.
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9 Novelty in society and adventure were the zest of life to Richard Coeur-de-Lion, and it had its highest relish when enhanced by dangers encountered and surmounted.
10 She knew them all so intimately, and had such a peculiar, flamey zest in all their affairs, it was wonderful, if just a trifle humiliating to listen to her.
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11 My first feeling of fear had passed away, and I thrilled now with a keener zest than I had ever enjoyed when we were the defenders of the law instead of its defiers.
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12 On the contrary, they seemed to add a zest to it by contrast, and were only sufficiently present to serve as an appetising sauce.
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13 His approaching departure did not prevent his amusing himself, but rather gave zest to his pleasures.
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14 He actually seemed to serve as a zest to Mr. Jaggers's wine.
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