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  • After a deep breath, I released an exuberating sigh.

    Street Judge

  • Like the gum, Jason wished that he could have lost the laughter that was exuberating from him.

    A Dangerous Return

  • No one can escape the power of language, let alone those of English birth brought up from childhood, as Mrs. Hilbery had been, to disport themselves now in the Saxon plainness, now in the Latin splendor of the tongue, and stored with memories, as she was, of old poets exuberating in an infinity of vocables.

    Night and Day

  • It has 412 tastefully appointed rooms with 23 individually styled suites, each exuberating a sense of serenity and residential charm. - Business News

  • With his wrinkled brow and squinting eye, he seemed perpetually preturbed, stalking the sidlines, encouraging his players, exuberating competitive fire. Top News Headlines

  • But the most exuberating speaker was Colin Malaker, a dentist and owner of Sterling Dental Care in Columbia, who spoke to the crowd about the FairTax plan.

    Marshall Democrat-News Headlines

  • Last year was embarrassing for USC and exuberating for Clemson.

    Anderson Independent Mail Stories

  • “Excruciating and exuberating—there’s no word that can describe it.”


  • I think the NARAL woman and circulating and exuberating over Amp’s piece has to do, again, with the way what is written by men is privileged over what is written by women.

    Should men be called feminists?


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