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I was quite beside myself with joy, capered about in the most enthusiastic manner, and was going to hug in turn the soap, the grease, and the man, had I not remembered my future ambassadress-ship, and reflected that it would not sound well in history.
I was so beside myself that I should have charged in and taken what was coming to me, but it was Whippet who kept his head.
All this in muttered whispers in the gloom, and me beside myself with fear, not knowing what the devil was up, except that the hosts of Midian were after me, but that I seemed to have found two eccentric friends, thank God — and whoever they might be, they weren't common folk.
I hate that mincing queer buddy of yours, I hate the tall Mohawked black kid, but most of all, I’m beside myself that she’s ended up with you.
; and Isaac said, “O my lord, indeed I marvel at her with utterest marvel and am beside myself for delight.”