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“There is a heart-cheering freedom in his speculation.”
“Just now, dear Sir, your Billy is brought into my presence, all smiling, crowing to come to me, and full of heart-cheering promises; and the subject I am upon goes to my heart.”
“As we looked from Windsor Terrace on the sixteen fertile counties spread beneath, speckled by happy cottages and wealthier towns, all looked as in former years, heart-cheering and fair.”
“Even this evening, so glorious, so heart-cheering, so fruitful in instruction and amusement, could not last forever.”
“Lovely however, and heart-cheering as this delightful period was, it is not to be imagined that it was a period of unmingled joy; there were several instances in which strong and violent emotions were succeeded by coldness, formality, and hypocrisy, and in some cases by open apostasy, or by unequivocal marks of reprobation.”
“Paros and rocky Antron, lady, giver of good gifts, bringer of seasons, queen Deo, be gracious, you and your daughter all beauteous Persephone, and for my song grant me heart-cheering substance.”
“God bless the man that wrote these heart-cheering notes.”
“If she had not left town on a visit to her friends I should have seen her, but the report I heard of her was heart-cheering.”
“I return your felicitations upon this happy and heart-cheering occasion, and hope it may serve to suppress every sigh and to enliven every hope that animates the bosoms of my friends at Bristol.”
“After being night and day in the forest impervious to the sun and moon's rays, the sudden transition to light has a fine heart-cheering effect.”
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