Micawber rushed out of the house; leaving us in a state of excitement
, hope, and wonder, that reduced us to a condition little better than his own.
Instantly she was all excitement
to play again the game of hide and seek with death.
Ten minutes had elapsed since the nurse had left; Valentine, who for the last hour had been suffering from the fever which returned nightly, incapable of controlling her ideas, was forced to yield to the excitement
which exhausted itself in producing and reproducing a succession and recurrence of the same fancies and images.
Though struck by the alteration in his demeanour, the excitement
under which I laboured was too strong to permit me to obey the unexpected command, and I was still limping towards the edge of the pi-pi with Kory-Kory clinging to one arm in his efforts to restrain me, when the natives around started to their feet, ranged themselves along the open front of the building, while Mehevi looked at me scowlingly, and reiterated his commands still more sternly.
If, to preserve its Unity -- its totality of effect or impression -- we read it (as would be necessary) at a single sitting, the result is but a constant alternation of excitement
In place of the excitement
of her return, and the interest it had inspired, she saw before her a long and stony highway which she had to tread, without aid, and with little sympathy.
That was a stupid trip of ours, after all, and I wouldn't advise any body who is greedy for excitement
to undertake it.
I was not unprepared for jagged rocks and treacherous shoals if I could only have change -- change and the excitement
of the unforeseen.
He advanced into the room mechanically; but perceiving Nina Alexandrovna and Varia he became more or less embarrassed, in spite of his excitement
At each of these towns thousands of people met him with excitement
I fear that the excitement
may be too great for you," said Dorothea, remembering Lydgate's cautions.
Well, she's gone anyhow; and I suppose the next excitement
will be Diana's wedding.
All around were evidences of that excitement
which always precedes a great race.
Her cheeks were flushed and her eyes bright with excitement
The boy who had knocked him on the head with the paddle, tied his legs securely and tossed him out on the beach ere he forgot him in the excitement
of looting the Arangi.