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He’d had just two hours of sleep, and not in his own bed, because there were bodies strewn all over his home, he said, exultant family members who had fallen on whatever pillow they happened to grab, so he crawled into his daughter’s room.
There was a scuffle, and Black Sheep was torn off the body by Harry and some colleagues, and cuffed home tingling but exultant.
Waiting until an exultant roar of applause had died away, he delivered his most effective hit.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
Her mood was almost exultant, though she had been gloomy enough when I first disturbed her.
A LITTLE UNION SCOUTJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
He was exultant from the standpoint of a happy spiritual experience and triumphant as he gazed beyond this mortal life.
His eyes snapped vindictively as he watched the exultant ruffians.
It was all that Iver himself seemed to expect; he was resigned but by no means exultant.
TRISTRAM OF BLENTANTHONY HOPE
Suddenly she danced in through the entry again, happy and exultant.
THE GHOST BREAKERCHARLES GODDARD
In her pique, she would not answer his hail, or turn in her saddle; but he was too exultant to care.
HIDDEN GOLDWILDER ANTHONY
An exultant subconsciousness told her that, until he found her, there would be no woman in the world for him.
ROBERT ANNYS: POOR PRIESTANNIE NATHAN MEYER

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