exhilarated


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made joyful

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All else being equal in war between the troops of a republic and an empire, could not this exhilarated mental state, amounting almost to hysteria on the part of the imperial troops, weigh heavily against the soldiers of a president?
The ground seemed elastic under their feet; the sheep-bells were music to their ears; and exhilarated by exercise, and stimulated by hope, they pushed onward with the strength of lions.
Putting her arm round her friend's waist, Rebecca at length carried Amelia off from the dinner-table where so much business of importance had been discussed, and left the gentlemen in a highly exhilarated state, drinking and talking very gaily.
These thoughts exhilarated me and led me to apply with fresh ardour to the acquiring the art of language.
Pickwick became too much exhilarated with the rapidity of the motion, to remain any longer perfectly mute.
Zossimov had agreed at once to desert the drinking party to go to Raskolnikov's, but he came reluctantly and with the greatest suspicion to see the ladies, mistrusting Razumihin in his exhilarated condition.
The public will be asked what makes them feel exhilarated and can share words, pictures, sound and film as a means of inspiring Emeli, from Alford, Aberdeenshire.
Dr Witchel also came up with lists of tunes which made us feel happy or exhilarated.
Joaquin Jackson was accepted as a Texas Ranger in 1966, he was exhilarated, and that feeling for the job never left him.
Time passes without notice and the satisfaction of this physical work leaves me exhilarated.