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There is no more exciting sport than that of lion shooting afoot.

We thought it would be more exciting with the infantry and so we got transferred.

The better the catch, the more exciting the work, and the livelier the love-talk.

And now came the more exciting part of the terrible exhibition.

More exciting still was an attack from the natives of the island.

As for me, I was on the box, and I never passed a more exciting ten minutes.

This was, if possible, a more exciting moment than any that had preceded it.

Well, the less we know and see, the more exciting it ought to be to guess and to peer.

"Politics are more exciting than Italian opera, I fancy," said Winifred.

And that makes it the more exciting, because you can never quite know.