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The juices of the mouth have the power to transform any food that excites taste into a substance suitable for the body.
It is exceedingly clever, and excites the reader's interest and brings out the powerful nature of the clever young minister.
It instructs less than the press, perhaps, but it excites more.
PARIS AND THE SOCIAL REVOLUTIONALVAN FRANCIS SANBORN
But they do not talk about him as they talked about Ismail; he excites no curiosity.
MENTONE, CAIRO, AND CORFUCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
It is the contemplation of this new power in any future war which excites my most anxious apprehension.
The only real happiness consists in the practice of benevolence, and the only real glory is the admiration it excites.
LADY EUREKA, V. 1 (OF 3)ROBERT FOLKESTONE WILLIAMS
Muscarine at first excites the respiratory centre, and then paralyses it.
Our unconscious influence is the more powerful because it excites no suspicion.
SERMONSCLEMENT BAILHACHE
I am tired of being meek and charming—this night excites me.
We rather suppose that an atmospheric change, preceding the approaching rain, excites the plovers.