exclaim sätze

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Exclaim sätze (in englisch)

  1. What the hell? I exclaim.
  2. I will try to exclaim my position.
  3. Hogan heard the father exclaim joyously.
  4. Why are you— he started to exclaim.
  5. You stop me and exclaim, "But that is the ideal convent!".

  6. Neighbors come over one after another and exclaim and wag their chins.
  7. The pilgrims gaze at her, sigh and exclaim, and make offerings of money.
  8. Startled by this unexpected question, Kathy couldn’t help but exclaim -.
  9. It's the poverty, he pulled out his hand and used them both to exclaim.
  10. That looks like mine! Moshe heard his own voice, filled with surprise, exclaim.
  11. A tiny form running across the pathway ahead of them then made him exclaim in surprise.
  12. As things settled down we began to swum back towards the beach when I heard Johnny exclaim.
  13. He however managed not to exclaim himself and nodded his head before going to inspect the two chests.
  14. However, she went back into the hall in relief as she heard Roopa exclaim, ‘Guess, who has come?’.
  15. How Hannah came in to exclaim, "Sakes alive, well I never!" in great astonishment at `that Jo's doin's'.

  16. While that stunned the reporters into silence for a few seconds, it also made Marilyn exclaim emotionally.
  17. The doctor, without giving him time to exclaim, stated briefly the part played by Hirsch during the night.
  18. Marius interrupted the discussion to exclaim: "But it is very agreeable, all the same to have the cross!".
  19. The sight of one particular jar full of a black spice and its price tag made him exclaim loudly in disbelief.
  20. Many will exclaim that these several causes are amply sufficient to neutralise the power of natural selection.
  21. And then, 'My, here's a queer one!' That's the kind of thing that people exclaim when they look into the tanks.
  22. As Ludwig joined him, the small droplets rapidly grew into a proper tropical storm, causing even Olufemi to exclaim:.
  23. After an experience of the before-wedded, tender courtesies, she would exclaim: ‘John, please don’t be such a fool.
  24. However, things changed drastically as the probe entered the third to last bunker, making Mike exclaim in an excited tone.
  25. Inching along, we heard them exclaim in astonishment at the sights of the various races of people selling everything under the sun.

  26. He must drag it through the muddy waters of confusion and exclaim: Who ever thought of saying ‘death died or hell died?’.
  27. Thoughts of our previous escapades flooded back to me and I could not help but exclaim, I love a good bit of breaking and entering.
  28. There was Hank, a big Southern-drawling father, who loved to exclaim Whooooo’s talkin’ to you? There was Susie Wooderman.
  29. He could see the murderer go forth to the hangman’s loop from the courts of men, he could acquiesce in the verdict, and exclaim, right.
  30. That is why when I’m checking girls out, I always exclaim loudly to my friend, HEY, MAN, REMEMBER, WE HAVE TO OPTIMIZE FOR THE LONG TERM.
  31. Mention of Kenneth caused her to exclaim, instantly, that her health was perfect, and it was only Catherine's harshness which made her unhappy.
  32. Mention of Kenneth caused her to exclaim, instantly, that her health was perfect, and it was only Catherine’s harshness which made her unhappy.
  33. Little Wade had to be held up time and again, so that ladies who ventured as far through the ooze as their carriage blocks could exclaim over him.
  34. The robot rolled to the spot she had stood in and disappeared itself fifteen seconds after Nancy, making eleven year-old Henry Weisz exclaim with awe.
  35. Gotcha! I heard Colt exclaim in triumph even as I was snatched off my feet and held above the ground in the strong clasp of his arms from behind.
  36. The Menander of Alciphron, also, would hardly exclaim 174 over ποίους χύτρους, unless the contest were one in which he, as dramatist, could have a part.
  37. He likes to exclaim about the cost, the lack of sleep he’s getting, the many ways he bested whatever tradesman he thought wanted to con him out of his hard inherited wealth.
  38. They got into their cottage about tea time; and the first thing Priscilla did was to exclaim at the pleasant sight of the wood fire and sit down in the easy-chair to warm herself.
  39. The people are almost ready to exclaim, do what you will with the liberty of speech, provided you will save us from that fresh of words, with which we are periodically inundated.
  40. But it was easier to take a ticket than to refuse and hear him exclaim and protest; so I paid fifty _pfennings_, was given a slip of paper, and started climbing the extremely steep ascent.
  41. It really wasn't very long before they were all up in the open air once more, giving Mary hugs, and hearing her exclaim gladly, with tears in her eyes, how pleased she was to see them all again.
  42. She spoke of you with high praise and warm affection; yet, even here, there was alloy, a dash of evil; for in the midst of it she could exclaim, 'Why would not she have him? It is all her fault.
  43. Maybe this is why we have the story of Simon Peter being the one to exclaim, Thou art the Christ! The Son of the Living God! What is it that Jesus asked for that response? He asked who people say that He is.
  44. Zametoff, in particular, had been struck by your boldness, and it certainly was a bold thing for a person to exclaim all of a sudden in an open traktir: 'I am an assassin!' That was really too much of a good thing.
  45. What gave this man the strength and wisdom to exclaim, As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison?
  46. And it is a most important quantity for, they excitedly exclaim, it might be the Grand Unifier that would be able to bring together into a composite whole all of the separate forces that Man’s science has discovered.
  47. Then I’d start by playing the music and asking, “Whose song is this?” A shy little person would wriggle happily or grin or (later) exclaim with an attempt to say her own name, or say “Myne – Mine!” Every child had a turn to be star of the show.
  48. The natives who stood around watching these preparations evidently foresaw certain results which my boyish vision failed to reach, for they whispered and laughed to one another, and at intervals, rubbing their hands together with glee, would exclaim, A good joke.
  49. What would Frau von Lindeberg say? Do you remember Shelley's wife's sister, the Miss Westbrook who brushed her hair so much, with her constant 'Gracious Heavens, what would Miss Warne say?' I feel inclined to exclaim the same thing about Frau von Lindeberg, but with an opposite meaning.
  50. At one time he thought he was saved, for he heard the brigadier exclaim in a loud voice, to the two gendarmes, "He is not here!" But venturing to peep, he perceived that the latter, instead of retiring, as might have been reasonably expected upon this announcement, were watching with increased attention.
  51. Or again, feigning to look serious and stolidly wise, he would say something absolutely meaningless and bearing no relation whatever to the question asked him, or else suddenly exclaim, with a look of pretended unconsciousness, the word bulku or poyechali or kapustu, [Respectively, “roll of butter,” “away,” and “cabbage.
  52. Thus will it be with those who, through inertia, continue to fill offices that have long ceased to be of any consequence, until some chance observer, who happens not to be engaged, as the Russian proverb has it, in "washing one hand with the other," will ingenuously exclaim, "It is a long time since these men were good for anything!".
  53. When he had, not without difficulty, repassed the fence, and found himself once more in the street, alone, without refuge, without shelter, without a roof over his head, chased even from that bed of straw and from that miserable kennel, he dropped rather than seated himself on a stone, and it appears that a passer-by heard him exclaim, "I am not even a dog!".
  54. Looking at her full, rosy cheeks, at her soft white neck with the black mole, and at the good naïve smile that always played on her face when something pleasant was said, the men would think, "Not so bad," and would smile too; and the lady visitors, in the middle of the conversation, would suddenly grasp her hand and exclaim, "You darling!" in a burst of delight.
  55. She was obliged to walk carefully, for she had on high-heeled shoes, and, as Laurie told Jo afterward, it was a comical sight to see her mince along in her gay suit, with Polly sidling and bridling just behind her, imitating her as well as he could, and occasionally stopping to laugh or exclaim, Ain't we fine? Get along, you fright! Hold your tongue! Kiss me, dear! Ha!.
  56. He was accustomed to exclaim: "How pretty she was—that Guimard-Guimardini-Guimardinette, the last time I saw her at Longchamps, her hair curled in sustained sentiments, with her come-and-see of turquoises, her gown of the color of persons newly arrived, and her little agitation muff!" He had worn in his young manhood a waistcoat of NainLondrin, which he was fond of talking about effusively.
  57. He progressed from the humble status of mortal dependence which prompted him spontaneously to say to the one who called him Good Teacher, "Why do you call me good? None is good but God," to that sublime consciousness of achieved divinity which led him to exclaim, "Which one of you convicts me of sin?" And this progressing ascent from the human to the divine was an exclusively mortal achievement.
  58. Edmond could only clasp his hands and exclaim, "Oh, my friend, my friend, speak not thus!" and then resuming all his presence of mind, which had for a moment staggered under this blow, and his strength, which had failed at the words of the old man, he said, "Oh, I have saved you once, and I will save you a second time!" And raising the foot of the bed, he drew out the phial, still a third filled with the red liquor.
  59. She used, sitting at her aunt's feet in the evenings--Wemyss never came in the evenings because he distrusted the probable dinner--sometimes to make her aunt say it again, by asking a little anxiously, 'But you _do_ think him a great dear, don't you, Aunt Dot?' Whereupon Miss Entwhistle, afraid her last expression of that opinion may have been absent-minded, would hastily exclaim with almost excess of emphasis, 'Oh, a _great_ dear.
  60. They would appear without any greeting in their little flowered dresses left over from days when they were five years younger, and they took them off with the same innocence with which they had put them on, and in the paroxysms of love they would exclaim good heavens, look how that roof is falling in, and as soon as they got their peso and fifty cents they would spend it on a roll with cheese that the proprietress sold them, smiling more than ever, because only she knew that that meal was not true either.
  61. Gould that it was because he found there, in her absence, the relief of an atmosphere of congenial sentiment in old Giorgio's austere admiration for the "English signora—the benefactress"; in black-eyed Linda's voluble, torrential, passionate affection for "our Dona Emilia—that angel"; in the white-throated, fair Giselle's adoring upward turn of the eyes, which then glided towards him with a sidelong, half-arch, half-candid glance, which made the doctor exclaim to himself mentally, "If I weren't what I am, old and ugly, I would think the minx is making eyes at me.
  1. Kernan entered the kitchen, exclaiming:.
  2. He clenched his fists and secretly exclaiming.
  3. He had been narrating non-stop and exclaiming thoroughly.
  4. The pugilists were startled as Wei Qi was heard exclaiming.
  5. Jacob couldn’t help exclaiming, wow! This thing feels so.
  6. Meantime, Catherine paced up and down the floor, exclaiming:.
  7. Wei Qi flustered with a slight red and he heard the lad exclaiming.
  8. All the others followed her out exclaiming and shaking their heads.
  9. Nangong Ping put back the banknote into the chest before exclaiming.
  10. I, like a fool, didn't recollect that, till I heard her laughing and exclaiming:.
  11. Before he could more, a bell rang, and Jo flew up, exclaiming with alarm, Mercy me!.
  12. The girl kicked and twisted in the man's arms, exclaiming to him how she’d been hurt.
  13. And the blood was simply flowing, dripping from him, dripping! Fenya kept exclaiming.
  14. The innkeeper came in exclaiming, Where art thou, strumpet? Of course this is some of thy work.
  15. Everyone was talking, shouting, exclaiming; the coachman seemed at a loss and kept repeating:.
  16. Moshe burst through the flap of Joshua's tent, exclaiming excitedly, Your prayers have been.
  17. And with wild fury he began trampling them under his heel, gasping and exclaiming as he did so:.
  18. He airily told her a month would be enough, and, on her exclaiming, immediately reduced it to a week.
  19. David raised his tall person in the midst of the infernal din, with a hand on either ear, exclaiming:.
  20. This did not prevent Napoleon from exclaiming cheerfully to Ney, We have ninety chances out of a hundred.
  21. The splendid fellow sprang to his feet, and grasping me by the shoulder raised his sword on high, exclaiming:.
  22. The doctor flung up his arms, exclaiming, "Decoud! Decoud!" He hobbled about the room with slight, angry laughs.
  23. Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in Scripture and it is devoted to exclaiming the wonders of God’s Word and Law.
  24. Before she could speak, Annie had the cover off, and all were exclaiming at the lovely roses, heath, and fern within.
  25. Dorin and her husband, Ayle, make a great fuss of Gilla, exclaiming with joy when they hear she is engaged to Caderl.
  26. Albert saw all these preparations and understood them, and exclaiming, "My mother!" he threw his arms around her neck.
  27. Tell them to dance, to make merry, ‘let the stove and cottage dance’; as we had it last time, she kept exclaiming.
  28. Her face was full of infinite suffering and infinite coopassion as exclaiming this she motioned towards the unhappy wretch.
  29. But I hear some one exclaiming that the concealment of wickedness is often difficult; to which I answer, Nothing great is easy.
  30. But he could not prevent this zealous woman from exclaiming to the dying man before she disappeared: "Would you like a priest?".
  31. He forgot the butter in bed, got up from the bedside, and wiped his fingers on the tablecloth, exclaiming, "Lord bless my soul!".
  32. Then he returned his gaze to the crowd around him, where many were quietly exclaiming at the sudden change in his appearance and demeanor.
  33. At that moment there came a light tap at the door, the man rushed to it and opened it, exclaiming, amid profound bows and smiles of adoration:—.
  34. Philip broke in upon these meditations, exclaiming, I have found the Deliverer, him of whom Moses and the prophets wrote and whom John has proclaimed.
  35. Moshe burst through the flap of Joshua’s tent, exclaiming excitedly, Your prayers have been answered, my Lord, your prayers have been answered!.
  36. That is why he hobbled in distress in the drawing-room of the Casa Gould on that morning, exclaiming, "Decoud, Decoud!" in a tone of mournful irritation.
  37. Quite absorbed in her work, Jo scribbled away till the last page was filled, when she signed her name with a flourish and threw down her pen, exclaiming.
  38. They only wanted Garvey's good old-fashioned plain white bread and churned country butter, to be chewed on later at a dim bar, exclaiming how priceless!.
  39. Prempeh collected himself, and being prompted by the Ansahs, again rose, exclaiming in a clear voice, I now claim the protection of the Queen of England.
  40. Lucy here nervously interrupted, for Everard sounded suddenly very angry, by exclaiming, 'Antlers!' and waving her unpinned-down arm in the direction of the----.
  41. He followed my example, and left the room; but presently reappeared, bearing half-a-dozen volumes in his hands, which he threw into Catherine's lap, exclaiming:.
  42. Now the crowd was going from the stairs to their rooms, exclaiming, disputing, calling to one another, raising their voices to a shout, dropping them to a whisper.
  43. Youssaf, raising his head as if to make reply, instead, pointed past Moshe, toward the western sky exclaiming, Great Hathor’s hair, would you look at that!.
  44. But the quick and dancing eyes of Alice soon caught a glimpse of his figure reflected from a glass, and she sprang blushing from her father's knee, exclaiming aloud:.
  45. March smiled, as if well pleased, and Jo clapped her hands, exclaiming, with a laugh, You are almost equal to Caroline Percy, who was a pattern of prudence! Tell on, Meg.
  46. Quickly pulling himself together and exclaiming "Blimey, the boss!" he gave a very non-military salute; but the general, tactfully ignoring his merry condition, had passed on.
  47. Shortly before they reached the ruler's house, as they hastened through a narrow street and as the throng jostled him, Jesus suddenly stopped, exclaiming, Someone touched me.
  48. Frank danced around, exclaiming, He made it! He made it! and then ran around the court just as the late Jimmy Valvano had done when he won the national championship in 1983.
  49. He uttered a shout of triumph, exclaiming, How well it burns! Kourakin’s servants declared that he was an incendiary, and that they were about to give him up to the French.
  50. As Joshua dismounted to retrieve the errant spear, Gad bravely began the ascent in pursuit, but Moshe quickly called him back exclaiming, We have more important things to do!.
  51. She heard the distant mutterings from the winch crew above them, in hushed whispers they were exclaiming expletives as if they were going out of fashion, but she could not hear clearly why.
  52. Relieved to have found a viable solution to her immediate problem, Kathy hastily interrupted the discussion taking place between the men and her nieces about this very issue, by exclaiming ….
  53. Thus one woman, dressing herself in a garment of the colours of the Franco-Russian flags, waited for the sailors and, exclaiming, "Vive la Russie!" jumped from the bridge into the river and was drowned.
  54. While Lisbeth was an angry creature, Camilla had everyone exclaiming, ‘Oh, what a sweet girl!’ and it can’t have been a coincidence that Zalachenko showed more forbearance towards her from the start.
  55. Altisidora had by this time sat up on the catafalque, and as she did so the clarions sounded, accompanied by the flutes, and the voices of all present exclaiming, "Long life to Altisidora! long life to Altisidora!".
  56. If he had any doubts about the reception she would give him, they were set at rest the minute she looked up and saw him, for dropping everything, she ran to him, exclaiming in a tone of unmistakable love and longing.
  57. Cookham with the intention of trying to make amends, he was just going to say something amiable when she startled him by suddenly exclaiming, I really don't understand how men can bring themselves to do such dreadful.
  58. Youssaf suddenly hurried forward to stand by Moshe, exclaiming, This is a perfect time to be here! This is the magic of every other thing you are going to see! Look at Pharaoh’s obelisk as the sun comes up, even now.
  59. The screams were followed by a noise, a crash, as though of the falling of chairs, and instantly there burst into the still dark room a perfect crowd of exclaiming and frightened women, attired in every kind of déshabillé.
  60. But at the instant when Mitya stood before him, feeling his legs grow weak under him, and frantically exclaiming that he was ruined, at that moment the old man looked at him with intense spite, and resolved to make a laughing-stock of him.
  61. As the latter arose and began singing, "Come, humble sinner," he stepped right forward exclaiming, "By the grace of God I will, I will," and at that moment the great change might be read in the heavenly expression of his changed countenance.
  62. He without replying a word took the rope off his wrist, and rising to his feet leaped upon Rocinante, braced his buckler on his arm, put his lance in rest, and making a considerable circuit of the plain came back at a half-gallop exclaiming:.
  63. Men, women, and children; the aged, the inform, the active, and the strong, were alike abroad, some exclaiming aloud, others clapping their hands with a joy that seemed frantic, and all expressing their savage pleasure in some unexpected event.
  64. As soon as he singled me out from the crowd, he rushed towards me, exclaiming in his bantering way: "Well, well, well, this is the first sensible thing I ever knew you to do, come on old fellow;" and he grasped my arm and hurried me away, saying, "I am just glad to see you.
  65. For answer Mr Mulligan, in a gale of laughter at his smalls, smote himself bravely below the diaphragm, exclaiming with an admirable droll mimic of Mother Grogan (the most excellent creature of her sex though 'tis pity she's a trollop): There's a belly that never bore a bastard.
  66. Speaker, I have no manner of doubt, that the day that this act passes, and the whole class of our Northern youth is made subject to the bribes of your recruiting officers, that there will be thousands of Frenchmen in these United States, rubbing their hands for joy, and exclaiming, Be Gar! just so in France.
  67. The “leader” had now become too warm it seemed, for while we were at prayers he took off his coat and rolled up his sleeves, exclaiming at the same time, “Get ready, children, we are going to drive out the devil to-night!” The others, as soon as they saw him without a coat, immediately disrobed themselves of theirs.
  68. Sancho took it, and as he was raising it to his mouth he was stopped by the cries of his master exclaiming, Sancho, my son, drink not water; drink it not, my son, for it will kill thee; see, here I have the blessed balsam (and he held up the flask of liquor), and with drinking two drops of it thou wilt certainly be restored.
  69. Oh, man, man—race of crocodiles," cried the count, extending his clinched hands towards the crowd, "how well do I recognize you there, and that at all times you are worthy of yourselves!" Meanwhile Andrea and the two executioners were struggling on the ground, and he kept exclaiming, "He ought to die!—he shall die!—I will not die alone!".
  70. The opportunity of the cynical critic is, of course, obvious, and he will, if he thinks of it, lose no time in exclaiming that the most remarkable thing about it is that the books should have found publishers at all, and add, sourly, that if all similar coincidences were brought to light by publication, the condition of English fiction would be more hopeless than it is.
  71. My God! After all this, to see the Government of my country soliciting, at the feet of the Emperor of France, for permission to manage their own affairs in their own way! What American can read this correspondence without laying his hand upon his heart and exclaiming, O my Government, my Government, now is the gold become dim, and the most fine gold changed! The next thing we meet with, is Mr.
  72. A skiff covered with rich carpets and cushions of crimson velvet was immediately lowered into the water, and as Don Quixote stepped on board of it, the leading galley fired her gangway gun, and the other galleys did the same; and as he mounted the starboard ladder the whole crew saluted him (as is the custom when a personage of distinction comes on board a galley) by exclaiming "Hu, hu, hu," three times.
  73. The Decurio remained alone with the young man; and hastily lifting him, still senseless, from the ground, he mounted his horse, and placing him before him ere the savage horde had returned, he had galloped some distance along the road from whence the youth had come, covering him with his mantle as he passed the bridge, to conceal him from several of the gang who stood there, and exclaiming, Follow me to the Tapanfalva.
  74. In fine, all the duennas smacked him and several others of the household pinched him; but what he could not stand was being pricked by the pins; and so, apparently out of patience, he started up out of his chair, and seizing a lighted torch that stood near him fell upon the duennas and the whole set of his tormentors, exclaiming, Begone, ye ministers of hell; I'm not made of brass not to feel such out-of-the-way tortures.
  75. At this moment Camilla, throwing herself upon a bed that was close by, swooned away, and Leonela began to weep bitterly, exclaiming, "Woe is me! that I should be fated to have dying here in my arms the flower of virtue upon earth, the crown of true wives, the pattern of chastity!" with more to the same effect, so that anyone who heard her would have taken her for the most tender-hearted and faithful handmaid in the world, and her mistress for another persecuted Penelope.
  76. Every thing was silent; this could not be borne many seconds; she opened the door, advanced a few steps towards the stairs, and after listening half a minute, returned into the room in all the agitation which a conviction of having heard him would naturally produce; in the ecstasy of her feelings at that instant she could not help exclaiming, "Oh, Elinor, it is Willoughby, indeed it is!" and seemed almost ready to throw herself into his arms, when Colonel Brandon appeared.
  77. Receiving the top-maul from Starbuck, he advanced towards the main-mast with the hammer uplifted in one hand, exhibiting the gold with the other, and with a high raised voice exclaiming: "Whosoever of ye raises me a white-headed whale with a wrinkled brow and a crooked jaw; whosoever of ye raises me that white-headed whale, with three holes punctured in his starboard fluke—look ye, whosoever of ye raises me that same white whale, he shall have this gold ounce, my boys!".
  78. Every thing was silent; this could not be borne many seconds; she opened the door, advanced a few steps towards the stairs, and after listening half a minute, returned into the room in all the agitation which a conviction of having heard him would naturally produce; in the ecstasy of her feelings at that instant she could not help exclaiming, Oh, Elinor, it is Willoughby, indeed it is! and seemed almost ready to throw herself into his arms, when Colonel Brandon appeared.
  79. Full of these thoughts and anxieties, they ascended a rising ground wherefrom they descried their own village, at the sight of which Sancho fell on his knees exclaiming, Open thine eyes, longed-for home, and see how thy son Sancho Panza comes back to thee, if not very rich, very well whipped! Open thine arms and receive, too, thy son Don Quixote, who, if he comes vanquished by the arm of another, comes victor over himself, which, as he himself has told me, is the greatest victory anyone can desire.
  80. They advanced towards a theatre that stood on one side of the meadow decked with carpets and boughs, where they were to plight their troth, and from which they were to behold the dances and plays; but at the moment of their arrival at the spot they heard a loud outcry behind them, and a voice exclaiming, "Wait a little, ye, as inconsiderate as ye are hasty!" At these words all turned round, and perceived that the speaker was a man clad in what seemed to be a loose black coat garnished with crimson patches like flames.
  81. They then posted themselves on the level ground at the outlet of the Sierra, and as soon as Don Quixote and his companions emerged from it the curate began to examine him very deliberately, as though he were striving to recognise him, and after having stared at him for some time he hastened towards him with open arms exclaiming, "A happy meeting with the mirror of chivalry, my worthy compatriot Don Quixote of La Mancha, the flower and cream of high breeding, the protection and relief of the distressed, the quintessence of knights-errant!" And so saying he clasped in his arms the knee of Don Quixote's left leg.
  82. Shut that gate! Barricade those ladders! Here with your stink-pots of pitch and resin, and kettles of boiling oil! Block the streets with feather beds!" In short, in his ardour he mentioned every little thing, and every implement and engine of war by means of which an assault upon a city is warded off, while the bruised and battered Sancho, who heard and suffered all, was saying to himself, "O if it would only please the Lord to let the island be lost at once, and I could see myself either dead or out of this torture!" Heaven heard his prayer, and when he least expected it he heard voices exclaiming, "Victory, victory! The enemy retreats beaten! Come, senor governor, get up, and come and enjoy the victory, and divide the spoils that have been won from the foe by the might of that invincible arm.
  83. The guests had by this time made peace with the landlord, for, by persuasion and Don Quixote's fair words more than by threats, they had paid him what he demanded, and the servants of Don Luis were waiting for the end of the conversation with the Judge and their master's decision, when the devil, who never sleeps, contrived that the barber, from whom Don Quixote had taken Mambrino's helmet, and Sancho Panza the trappings of his ass in exchange for those of his own, should at this instant enter the inn; which said barber, as he led his ass to the stable, observed Sancho Panza engaged in repairing something or other belonging to the pack-saddle; and the moment he saw it he knew it, and made bold to attack Sancho, exclaiming, Ho, sir thief, I have caught you! hand over my basin and my pack-saddle, and all my trappings that you robbed me of.
  84. We called to him, and he, raising his head, sprang nimbly to his feet, for, as we afterwards learned, the first who presented themselves to his sight were the renegade and Zoraida, and seeing them in Moorish dress he imagined that all the Moors of Barbary were upon him; and plunging with marvellous swiftness into the thicket in front of him, he began to raise a prodigious outcry, exclaiming, "The Moors--the Moors have landed! To arms, to arms!" We were all thrown into perplexity by these cries, not knowing what to do; but reflecting that the shouts of the shepherd would raise the country and that the mounted coast-guard would come at once to see what was the matter, we agreed that the renegade must strip off his Turkish garments and put on a captive's jacket or coat which one of our party gave him at once, though he himself was reduced to his shirt; and so commending ourselves to God, we followed the same road which we saw the shepherd take, expecting every moment that the coast-guard would be down upon us.
  85. But in the midst of his conversation he stopped and became silent, keeping his eyes fixed upon the ground for some time, during which we stood still waiting anxiously to see what would come of this abstraction; and with no little pity, for from his behaviour, now staring at the ground with fixed gaze and eyes wide open without moving an eyelid, again closing them, compressing his lips and raising his eyebrows, we could perceive plainly that a fit of madness of some kind had come upon him; and before long he showed that what we imagined was the truth, for he arose in a fury from the ground where he had thrown himself, and attacked the first he found near him with such rage and fierceness that if we had not dragged him off him, he would have beaten or bitten him to death, all the while exclaiming, 'Oh faithless Fernando, here, here shalt thou pay the penalty of the wrong thou hast done me; these hands shall tear out that heart of thine, abode and dwelling of all iniquity, but of deceit and fraud above all; and to these he added other words all in effect upbraiding this Fernando and charging him with treachery and.
  86. When poor Alfred, seeing that he was losing her, he did not know how, kept exclaiming: "Oh, here's a jolly one! look at this!" she lost patience at last, and said,.
  1. What, I exclaimed to myself.
  2. Wow! She exclaimed with joy.
  3. Cut it out! I exclaimed.
  4. A boy job? she exclaimed.
  5. Oh God no! she exclaimed.
  6. Here it is, she exclaimed.
  7. Oh, my God! she exclaimed.
  8. Here it is! exclaimed Kami.
  9. You did it! She exclaimed.
  10. There it is! Dave exclaimed.
  11. That was close! I exclaimed.
  12. That was you? Rose exclaimed.
  13. You young scamp! I exclaimed.
  14. They did what? she exclaimed.
  15. He saw Injun Joe, and exclaimed:.
  16. See you soon exclaimed Marc.
  17. What was that? One exclaimed.
  18. Ah there it is! she exclaimed.
  19. That was cold! Saul exclaimed.
  20. Hey! He exclaimed in reaction.
  21. Morrel unhappy? exclaimed the abbe.
  22. I said ‘ no,’ he exclaimed.
  23. Did you hear that! I exclaimed.
  24. What was that? Kevin exclaimed.
  25. What is that? exclaimed Esther.
  26. Maledicity! he exclaimed in anguish.
  27. That was so hot! She exclaimed.
  28. This is absurd! exclaimed Ben.
  29. Who gives a toss! she exclaimed.
  30. I love you, bro! She exclaimed.
  31. This is bullshit! he exclaimed.
  32. An excellent idea! he exclaimed.
  33. This is a miracle! He exclaimed.
  34. Hurray! he exclaimed in Russian.
  35. Did you see that! she exclaimed.
  36. This is a dead end! he exclaimed.
  37. You broke the case, he exclaimed.
  38. He exclaimed before she could speak:.
  39. That has to be it, Thanasi exclaimed.
  40. Bring „em on! Nicole exclaimed.
  41. Please, on the double! exclaimed Steve.
  42. Don’t you see?! David exclaimed.
  43. What in the hell…? she exclaimed.
  44. I can see the house! I exclaimed.
  45. I gathered that! exclaimed Linda.
  46. Good luck to them, exclaimed Alan.
  47. I have it! she exclaimed triumphantly.
  48. You have a plan then! he exclaimed.
  49. How annoying! exclaimed the prince.
  50. You said he was alive? I exclaimed.
  51. What is this place? She exclaimed.
  52. Stop it! he exclaimed peremptorily.
  53. Little Eldon Smythe! He exclaimed.
  54. Jack exclaimed for joy and drove faster.
  55. What a thing to say! he exclaimed.
  56. What? exclaimed the wires, startled.
  57. O Lord, O Lord! exclaimed the count.
  58. After a pause of wonder, she exclaimed:.
  59. Hu Zhenren was delighted and he exclaimed.
  60. He doffed his hat, and quietly exclaimed.
  61. If this is true, I exclaimed,.
  1. Darn! he exclaims.
  2. The young crying exclaims his sadness.
  3. The Lad is deluded, Caveat exclaims.
  4. He exclaims, Oh, green tacos on a Wednesday!.
  5. Hack exclaims, What the hell is going on here?
  6. He fixed it just by thinking! the woman exclaims.
  7. Razz exclaims, I can’t believe he asked that!.
  8. We’re in, he exclaims as he opens the door into darkness.
  9. After a while he exclaims, Ah! and the game makes several resolving chirps.
  10. Suzy! he exclaims; You are taking a chance coming here, come in, come in.
  11. In a discomfiture of this sort, Artonge exclaims, It was not a stag, but a sorcerer.
  12. Fex urbis, exclaims Cicero; mob, adds Burke, indignantly; rabble, multitude, populace.
  13. Another exclaims: All of you are wrong, for I have seen God, and He is not like you say.
  14. Exclaims the vibes which we are all connected Now I see with my eyes closed by I see you and you see me.
  15. A nice house, with a swimming pool and big veranda and in the sun!� Nicola exclaims with a worried smile.
  16. What! Suzy exclaims as she looks at the clock on the wall which shows it is four-fifteen in the morning.
  17. Oh, no, no, I'll pass! he exclaims in abhorrence and, without my realizing what's going on, he pushes me away.
  18. I’ve seen 2-3 different videos where Paul O’Connor vehemently exclaims the empty skull of Kennedy over the years.
  19. A beginner looks at these numbers and exclaims, where have I been all my life? He thinks he's found a royal road to riches.
  20. Tyler asks, and exclaims, unable to believe that someone who is supposed to be protecting the community could utter the words she has just heard.
  21. Only the best science fiction book ever written, it's a bit battered but looks clean and it was only 25 pence! she exclaims with real enthusiasm.
  22. It’s a full house! Immediately, someone exclaims “what’s the probability that could happen?” If by “that” a full house is meant, its probability is easily computed.
  23. Eugene Wigner (the 1963 Nobel Laureate for Physics) exclaims in disbelief, ‘The enormous usefulness of mathematics in the natural sciences is something bordering on the mysterious and there is no rational explanation for it.
  24. An elderly, but very dapper man dining with two other, younger men, who I have privately marked down as probably belonging to the gay community, exclaims loudly and, rising, makes a dramatic exit, leaving the other two at the table.
  25. Mayor, no sooner had Champmathieu arrived than Brevet exclaims: 'Eh! Why, I know that man! He is a fagot!4 Take a good look at me, my good man! You are Jean Valjean!' 'Jean Valjean! who's Jean Valjean?' Champmathieu feigns astonishment.
  26. The departure for Cythera! exclaims Watteau; Lancret, the painter of plebeians, contemplates his bourgeois, who have flitted away into the azure sky; Diderot stretches out his arms to all these love idyls, and d'Urfe mingles druids with them.
  27. Then, to silence forever those who expect a sensual heaven in which they shall abide in the flesh eternally, he exclaims, 'Now, this I say, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God; neither does corruption inherit incorruption.
  28. I can hardly believe my ears! I remind her that unless she comes, I will have to shoulder the 24,000 drachmas of her share! No way! They will give you the money back! she exclaims, although we both know that no money is reimbursed for cancellations of the last moment.
  29. This will be exactly the situation of all who continue through inertia to fill offices which have long become useless directly someone who has no interest in concealing their uselessness exclaims in all simplicity: "But these people have been of no use to anyone for a long time past!".
  30. So long as neuroscientists are fixated on the brain, they will never realise that the brain acts, just like a TV, basically as a receiver and tuner The scientist, who exclaims, ‘See, we have proof — the PeT scans show that the neural activity in the brain has changed,’ is missing the point.
  31. A great writer9 of the last epoch, comparing Russia to a swift troika galloping to an unknown goal, exclaims, ‘Oh, troika, birdlike troika, who invented thee!’ and adds, in proud ecstasy, that all the peoples of the world stand aside respectfully to make way for the recklessly galloping troika to pass.
  32. There are left then the prisoner and Smerdyakov, and the prosecutor dramatically exclaims that the prisoner pointed to Smerdyakov because he had no one else to fix on, that had there been a sixth person, even a phantom of a sixth person, he would have abandoned the charge against Smerdyakov at once in shame and have accused that other.
  33. But I was, myself, far from being pleased with his having too much regarded my tender exclaims; for now, more fired with the object before me, as it still stood with the fiercest erection, unbonneted, and displayed its broad vermilion head, I first gave the youth a re-encouraging kiss, which he repaid me with a fervour that seemed at once to thank me, and bribe my further compliance; and soon replaced myself in a posture to receive, at all risk, the renewed invasion, which he did not delay an instant: for, being presently remounted, I once more felt the smooth hard gristle forcing an entrance, which he achieved rather easier than before.
  34. They seem not to have admitted the term into their vocabulary; they treat it as a new language; they remind me of the character of Goldfinch in one of Holcroft's plays, who, when he hears the Romans mentioned, exclaims, "Romans! Romans! who are they?" So the gentlemen, "national honor! what's that? what's that?" Yet, sir, strange as it may seem to the honorable gentlemen over the way, the maintenance of the principle of national honor, by which I mean that principle which animates and sustains an elevated fitness of character and conduct, is the only justifiable cause of war; and, if necessary, the principle ought to be maintained by all the sacrifices of war in its worst shape.

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