cried Milady, with the exultation
of a victim who provokes his judge.
He knew what was coming and was dreadfully frightened, but in his fright there was a certain exultation
Moscow, our ancient capital, the New Jerusalem, receives her Christ"- he placed a sudden emphasis on the word her- "as a mother receives her zealous sons into her arms, and through the gathering mists, foreseeing the brilliant glory of thy rule, sings in exultation
, 'Hosanna, blessed is he that cometh
Mad with exultation
I shouted--I MUST have shouted, "He sees, he sees: he will understand
I am what is termed a popular preacher--but I have never, in my secret self, felt any exultation
in my own notoriety, or any extraordinary respect for the means by which it has been won.
On the seventh, he returned earlier, and with an exultation
he could not conceal.
Maggie was already so full of sorrow at the thought of Tom's going away from her, that this playful exultation
of his seemed very unkind, and she cried herself to sleep that night.
He was flushed and excited, gazing at the water with a strange exultation.
Shocked and indignant as Christie had been at the degrading absorption of material interests at such a moment, the element of danger lifted the labors of these men into heroism, and she began to feel a strange exultation as she watched them.
To the gang, however, she was known; for there was much looking and turning of heads, and a smothered yet apparent exultation among the miserable, ragged, half-starved creatures by whom she was surrounded.
The two gigantic negroes that now laid hold of Tom, with fiendish exultation in their faces, might have formed no unapt personification of powers of darkness.
While his dogs were merely sweating because every time they tried to pack the unhappy lad tight in one part he bulged out in another, Hook's master mind had gone far beneath Slightly's surface, probing not for effects but for causes; and his exultation
showed that he had found them.
Well, I've done with you now," he cried, a note of coarse exultation
in his tone.
Flapping his sides with his hands, as the conquering game-cock is wont to do with his wings, he raised a loud and laughable imitation of the exultation
of this bird; a cry which might have proved a dangerous challenge had any one of the athletic sons of the squatter been within hearing.
Then it was that, had I not been deterred by the very chance that such an injury might prove greater than the injury to be averted, my exultation
would have broken out.