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Later, at irregular intervals, he received scraps of paper bearing the stamps of various post offices and containing the simple statement: "I am still alive," signed with an enormous, flourished exuberant R.
I admit that the paper was exuberant in the matter, out of compliment to its own enterprise in sending a correspondent, but the other great dailies were hardly less full in their account.
First thing I ever knew you didn't know," cried the exuberant Harry.
On the contrary, I can never recollect having seen him in such exuberant spirits.
It was not often that this took a practical form, though it is on record that in an exuberant moment he once gave a small boy a halfpenny.
Woola leaped in frantic joy when he discovered me; and as the flier touched the pavement of the court for a brief instant he bounded to the deck beside me, and in the bearlike manifestation of his exuberant happiness all but caused me to wreck the vessel against the courtyard's rocky wall.
He played with taste, but with more feeling than was always justified, and into his music poured all his honest, sentimental, exuberant soul.
Nixon, the solicitor, asked him to spend a Sunday at Hampstead, and Philip passed a happy day with a set of exuberant strangers; he ate and drank a great deal, took a walk on the heath, and came away with a general invitation to come again whenever he liked; but he was morbidly afraid of being in the way, so waited for a formal invitation.
I am so filled with surprise and exuberant delight at seeing you safe and well again that I scarcely know what I am saying, really.
At sight of him they danced and cried out in exuberant joy.
They are a little exuberant at having broken the trammels of custom.
For once our volatile and exuberant spirits are hopelessly subdued.