On the other side the Achaeans brought Ajax elated
with victory to Agamemnon.
It was wonderful that her friends should seem so little elated
by the possession of such a home, that the consciousness of it should be so meekly borne.
She liked to sit and listen, and even felt a little elated
when the engaged couple, after showing their profound lack of interest, slipped from the room, and were seen pulling flowers to pieces in the garden.
Those young men had not a notion of French, and could speak on no subject with striking knowledge, except perhaps the dyeing and carrying trades, which of course they were ashamed to mention; they were Middlemarch gentry, elated
with their silver-headed whips and satin stocks, but embarrassed in their manners, and timidly jocose: even Fred was above them, having at least the accent and manner of a university man.
When I return, - well, the door is still barred, but she is looking both furtive and elated
Of course Wendy was very elated
over Peter's cleverness; but she knew that he would be elated
also and very likely crow and thus betray himself, so at once her hand went out to cover his mouth.
I conclude that he belongs to the artistic classes, he is so easily elated
and depressed; and because he carries his left thumb curiously, as if it were feeling for the hole of a palette, I have entered his name among the painters.
Tarzan was much elated
by the discovery, as he knew that in the vicinity of a large watercourse he should find natives, and from some of these he had little doubt but that he should obtain news of Rokoff and the child, for he felt reasonably certain that the Russian would rid himself of the baby as quickly as possible after having disposed of Tarzan.
Well, play he would; he'd show 'em; even despite the elated
prophesies made of how swiftly he would be trimmed--prophesies coupled with descriptions of the bucolic game he would play and of his wild and woolly appearance.
Martin was elated
- so elated
that when he recollected that THE HORNET owed him fifteen dollars for "The Peri and the Pearl," he decided forthwith to go and collect it.
French Frank was elated
by the sale, which I had bound with a twenty-dollar goldpiece.
The master was so highly elated
with these encomiums, that he could not refrain from adding some more of his own.
On this last day, he was more elated
and more proud than he had been yet; and when she dropped the book she had been reading to him aloud, and fell upon his neck, he stopped in his busy task of folding a piece of crape about his hat, and wondered at her anguish.
But you mustn't fancy,' cried the gentleman, quite elated
by coming so happily to his point.
Oliver, quite elated
and honoured by a sense of his importance, faithfully promised to be secret and explicit in his communications.