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  • They loved him so well that they were fain to keep him always, warm and athrill in their hearts.


  • Fifteen, and athrill with a strange new pulse; flushed, as the dawn, with the promise of day.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • I am yet fresh from it, and athrill with it and with the promise of it.


  • She found no clear answer, but thought, perspective, together with wind and sea and the tiller athrill beneath her hand, granted a certain calm.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • She molded herself to him, each and every separate nerve alive and athrill.

    Winds Of Fate

  • The quiet little circle of turf was athrill with life; the air, the warm soil, the clumps of bracken whence the hidden crickets shrilled, the pinkish grasses which bore the tiny interlocked bodies of the mating flies -- everything told of life, life, life.

    Secret Bread

  • The whole atmosphere seemed sentient and athrill with the surge of some deep-lying emotion.

    The Lamp of Fate

  • For a while they were quiet, their minds busy with plans for perfecting their own radio outfits, their imaginations athrill with anticipation of the wonders they were yet to perform.

    The Radio Boys' First Wireless Or Winning the Ferberton Prize

  • Joel Banks sat with a knotted hand over his eyes, dreaming old dreams of days long past, days when he was young and athrill with the joy of living.

    The Radio Boys' First Wireless Or Winning the Ferberton Prize

  • John Hunter rode at her side, watching the soft curls on her round girlish neck, athrob and athrill with her presence, and trying to formulate the thing he had brought her out to say.

    The Wind Before the Dawn


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