exclamation


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This last exclamation was an expression of surprise and pleasure at the poetical hermitage which met his eyes.
Judge Obadiah had unfortunately caught Passepartout's rash exclamation, which the poor fellow would have given the world to recall.
Behind them, by another outlet, a group of about twenty persons rushed into the garden with loud exclamations of delight.
As he talked Carthoris had been working at the lock which held my fetters, and now, with an exclamation of pleasure, he dropped the end of the chain to the floor, and I stood up once more, freed from the galling irons I had chafed in for almost a year.
Mugambi's eyes went wide at the sight, and the others uttered exclamations of surprise and incredulity, for from the rusty and weatherworn pouch ran a stream of brilliant, scintillating gems.
Trent took up the flask, smelt its contents and threw it away with a little exclamation of disgust.
At that instant a single rifle-shot was heard, away to the front, beyond the skirmish-line, followed, almost attended, by the savage hiss of an approaching bullet which passing through the line, struck audibly, punctuating as with a full stop the captain's exclamation, "What the devil does it mean?
But a hasty exclamation from Kate stopped her abruptly in her conjectures, and Ralph Nickleby walked into the room.
And the exclamation must have been fairly loud if you consider the nature of the sight which met his eye.
I, for my part, know very well how I can bring about this movement and this exclamation.
In Pollyanna's room Fluffy had just jumped to the bed with a little purring "meow" of joy when through the open door sounded clearly and sharply Aunt Polly's agonized exclamation.
Brott dropped her wrist and turned round with an exclamation of anger.