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No one ever could wipe from his heart the flood of holy adoration that had welled with the coming of his Angel.
She shook her head, gazing at him through great clear tears that welled over and rolled down her cheeks.
THE VALIANTS OF VIRGINIAHALLIE ERMINIE RIVES
The sick man began to throw about his arms, and cold drops of sweat, like transparent pearls, welled forth from his forehead.
THE DAY OF WRATHMAURUS JKAI
Choking back as well as he could the anger that welled up within him, he made his way swiftly to the blacksmith-shop.
THE SNOW-BURNERHENRY OYEN
"Yes, the 'good old German God' is busy again," said my fellow-tenant of the shell-crater and of the pond that welled up in it.
FROM BAPAUME TO PASSCHENDAELE, 1917PHILIP GIBBS
Maria Vittoria did not change her attitude, nor for a while did she answer, but the tears gathered in her eyes and welled over.
Welled Ngaraiso was reached on the 15th, after a three and a half hours' march.
HOW I FOUND LIVINGSTONEHENRY M. STANLEY
The crescent of a waning moon gave the dense vapors that had welled in from the Mediterranean an opalescent quality.
THE IRON RATIONGEORGE ABEL SCHREINER
The flood of expression that welled up in her companion's face frightened her.
TONGUES OF CONSCIENCEROBERT SMYTHE HICHENS
Doubtless the unwiped blood upon that blade had once welled in a human heart.
GERALD FITZGERALDCHARLES JAMES LEVER