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All these are natural expressions of innocent gaiety and youthful elasticity of spirits, whereof this world sees far too little.

Glances at EuropeHorace Greeley

The Russian girl quickly recovered her spirits and once again abandoned herself to the gaieties of Nice.

Remarkable RoguesCharles Kingston

Since King David's time, we all know the power of music to dispel the spirits of darkness.

Good health and spirits were present, and the natives were friendly.

Notable VoyagersW.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith

However, we kept up our spirits, were cheery enough, and always got on splendidly together.

They had met and defeated a slimy, vicious enemy that had done its best to drag them down, and their spirits lifted accordingly.

The Lost WagonJames Arthur Kjelgaard

Footnote 5: Nobbler--the Australian term for a glass of wine or spirits.

GrifB. L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon

But as they were plentifully supplied with provisions they began to recover their spirits and confidence next day.

The Forsaken Merman is a beautiful poem, but not a safe guide to those who would relate the ways of the spirits of the sea.

Lore of ProserpineMaurice Hewlett

There, pale and exhausted and entirely out of spirits, Graham turned quickly on his brother.

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