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  1. This was a most exhilarating.
  2. This is both exhilarating and.
  3. It was innocent, yet exhilarating.
  4. It was terrifying and exhilarating.
  5. Flying and fear were exhilarating.
  6. It is exhilarating at the same time.
  7. The work was hard–but exhilarating.
  8. It was exhilarating, but bewildering.
  9. Capus in French is always exhilarating.
  10. It’s both exhilarating and terrifying.
  11. It was the most exhilarating sensation.
  12. The feeling had been exhilarating and.
  13. It is exhilarating when you do it right.
  14. Scarring him and exhilarating him by turns.
  15. As tired as I am, being here is exhilarating.
  16. It was exhilarating and horrifying all at once.
  17. This low, the plane’s speed was exhilarating.
  18. An exhilarating rush surged through his stoic.
  19. STEPPING ASHORE had an exhilarating effect on me.
  20. The secret was both exhausting and exhilarating.
  21. Almost as exhilarating when you have them paired.
  22. The mood in the hall that night was exhilarating.
  23. Still an exhilarating listen after all these years.
  24. Exhilarating gas, effects of, in two cases, v, 194.
  25. Overcoming my fear of heights has been exhilarating.
  26. It was exhilarating to show her where she was wrong.
  27. It should always be an exciting, exhilarating, awe-.
  28. It will be a teeth-loosening, exhilarating experience.
  29. It was unsettling and exhilarating, all at the same time.
  30. Top 100 Authors for my genre is exhilarating, but nothing.
  31. Well, that was exhilarating, said Alan, still panting.
  32. He was sure he had the most exhilarating job on the planet.
  33. Their exhilarating mood was a marriage lesson per excellence.
  34. It was exhilarating and I was thrilled with the accomplishment.
  35. The most magical, delectable, and exhilarating addition to my.
  36. Here's to the next leg of this brilliantly exhilarating journey.
  37. Accordingly I go, and find the process exhilarating and amusing.
  38. A great fire at night always has a thrilling and exhilarating effect.
  39. There was something exhilarating about being out by herself in a city.
  40. The results were fair, and I must admit that it is an exhilarating game.
  41. The ride up to the penthouse, in the glass elevator, was an exhilarating one.
  42. I'd never felt such a rush of adrenaline, it was exhilarating beyond belief.
  43. They were wet and cold, but it was exhilarating that they would soon be safe.
  44. The drive through Nottingham in the early April evening had been exhilarating.
  45. That was a close thing but Laura had found it exhilarating to the nth degree!.
  46. It was both exhilarating and frustrating to see so many of the Creator’s words.
  47. He wanted her, everything about her seemed to please him and it was exhilarating.
  48. The second part of the film started and it was exhilarating and absorbing but not.
  49. Electrical storms are vibrant, dynamic, exhilarating, and exciting things to watch.
  50. I had never seen anything like it before! It was brilliant, elevating, exhilarating.
  51. This entire process of recognizing everyday life as a teacher is fun and exhilarating.
  52. Having said that, this rally is exhilarating and the legacy portfolio has gone vertical.
  53. The Frenchman’s tone had a curious ring to it, as if the answer would be exhilarating.
  54. Oh, I admired her, and desired her and found our lovemaking exhilarating and fulfilling.
  55. Other than that, it’s scary, exhilarating, and I think I WILL have to pee soon!.
  56. The fall only lasted a second, but it was the most exhilarating thing Simon had ever felt.
  57. This is an exhilarating experience, you appreciate how it feels to be a bird just soaring.
  58. Pericles, building upon the exhilarating Greek victory over the invading Persians in 480 B.
  59. The hot jealousy of the two men was exhilarating, but Melanie had to pull herself together.
  60. What was obvious and exhilarating was the way the revolution spread across Egypt like wildfire.
  61. The laugh was partly to release her fear but mostly because of an exhilarating rush of euphoria.
  62. It was strangely exhilarating to hear that guttural, angry voice coming out of Bonnie’s mouth.
  63. Her heart now beating furiously, Lori surprised herself at finding her fear somewhat exhilarating.
  64. Smacking into a tree, though, would not have been exhilarating under any circumstances whatsoever.
  65. In fact, his time in the Warhounds had been both incredibly frustrating and completely exhilarating.
  66. Coming face to face with these wild dolphins is an exhilarating experience that is beyond description.
  67. The horse and I ran for an exhilarating half a mile, wherein the seeds flew out the holes into the air.
  68. His affair with Xonia was exhilarating and exciting, but it was about to mess up his future with Helez.
  69. It was a mesmerizing color, not warm like John’s sapphire eyes, but exhilarating like being awakened.
  70. With the exhilarating sense of freedom and tactile sensations that this nakedness produced in the water.
  71. He found in it something majestic, even exhilarating, in spite of the almost unbearable torrent of noise.
  72. Rolling down the hill at speed might have been quite exhilarating had she not been tied to a massive rock.
  73. Aazuria did not understand how a sensation could be so relaxing and yet so exhilarating at the same time.
  74. Instead, he was possessed by an exhilarating rage that drove him to kill as many of the enemy as he could.
  75. The feeling of freedom was exhilarating and adrenalin began pumping through his veins with renewed vigour.
  76. The fastening to the ankle would be bothersome but he was free and the feeling was enormously exhilarating.
  77. It's an exhilarating journey to Shangrila, that place where time stands still—or at least never runs out.
  78. When a partial solution came, it was satisfying and even exhilarating, because it felt like a new game to him.
  79. It was easily the greatest day of her life, exhilarating and scary and fun and too many other emotions to count.
  80. Page 152: “Capus in French is always exhilarating” was printed as “in always” and has been changed here.
  81. And then to stride over the pavement (there was scarcely a cab or policeman in sight) is of itself exhilarating.
  82. It was a burning signpost pointing to the final destination in the brief, exhilarating, hugely rewarding journey.
  83. Watching the air battle over the city had been exhilarating, but when the men saw the consequences, they were shocked.
  84. Thank heavens we have weather here in Britain – so much more exhilarating and interesting than a climate, I always think.
  85. A trace of his cologne lingered in the air and I closed my eyes, thinking of how exhilarating it had felt to be in his arms.
  86. With nervously excited glances back at their clothes, they followed this naked, exhilarating, touchable action-man into the forest.
  87. After two paces he broke into a jog, and within six more was sprinting with a speed that Talia found both surprising and exhilarating.
  88. Winston Churchill, former First Sea Lord of the Admiralty, once wrote, ‘There is nothing more exhilarating than being shot at and missed.
  89. The boy pedaled furiously, twisting and turning through the streets at a pace that was faster than a trotting horse and more exhilarating.
  90. During first recess she pulled her friends aside to share with them the scary yet exhilarating thrill she’d felt inside Melvin’s house.
  91. The feeling of open space was liberating, exhilarating, fully unburdened of the sordid crush of a population packed so tightly in squalor.
  92. It was exhilarating to see such devotion, and so easy to forget that she was only the proxy, the stand-in for the real thing, the Goddess!.
  93. The men asked him to give his version of it, and he did so with great vivacity for the sight of five small hot whiskies was very exhilarating.
  94. At times Luke found the Science Museum exhilarating because for one he had a job in the science field of criminology as a forensic investigator.
  95. The sounds, which he had not heard for so long, had an even more pleasurable and exhilarating effect on Rostov than the previous sounds of firing.
  96. The sounds, which he had not heard for so long, had an even more pleasurable and exhilarating effect on Rostóv than the previous sounds of firing.
  97. He found his spirits lifting at the sound of machines and activity, and the sight and scent of so much lumber, always exhilarating to him in a primeval way.
  98. Then he seemed quite inspired, though the burial customs of the ancients, to which the conversation had strayed, might not be considered an exhilarating topic.
  99. She was so pretty that for a brief moment he actually forgot the exhilarating sexual experience he was having and thought only of her beauty in a childlike way.
  100. She found this to be instantly delightful and exhilarating and was not surprised when she had a quick orgasm that left her breathless and nowhere near satisfied.
  1. I recall how exhilarated I.
  2. It had both scared and exhilarated her.
  3. For some reason, Midge felt exhilarated.
  4. Miller arrived exhausted and exhilarated.
  5. Her spirit was alive, exhilarated by the.
  6. He was exhausted and exhilarated all the time.
  7. My exhilarated heart doeth race at the thought.
  8. She was exhilarated and nervous at the same time.
  9. I released a sigh of breath held in exhilarated.
  10. She felt exhilarated and knew what she had to do.
  11. Hillary was at once terrified and exhilarated by.
  12. It’s been a long time since he felt exhilarated.
  13. They made me feel exhilarated, then just a bit drowsy.
  14. His encounters with the servants had exhilarated him.
  15. Pete felt exhilarated as his tan deepened and his muscles.
  16. Michael was apprehensive, exhilarated and curious all at.
  17. As if the more she suffered, the more exhilarated he became.
  18. I arrived at the cottage relaxed - he, shaken but exhilarated.
  19. He didn’t show it on the outside, but he was totally exhilarated.
  20. Her little world had collapsed, yet she felt strangely exhilarated.
  21. Oh, Viso, she said, her chest heaving with exhilarated breaths.
  22. Aaron? Is he my lake? And the further I wade in the more exhilarated.
  23. I feel at peace, but at the same time exhilarated, like on those cold.
  24. The wind grew stronger but, despite her anxiety, Caris felt exhilarated.
  25. The speed being reduced, Denis turned and grinned, the girls exhilarated.
  26. Katy was too exhausted, exhilarated and confused to care what he meant by that.
  27. Ingwe danced through the dancing leaves and swaying branches, exhilarated by the.
  28. At dessert, the senator, who was slightly exhilarated, though still perfectly dignified, exclaimed:—.
  29. I waited for about ten minutes, then boarded the express train to the Rockaways, feeling oddly exhilarated.
  30. I held back from painting, like a diver on the water's edge; once in I found myself buoyed and exhilarated.
  31. And now as he lay close to her almost fetal position, he felt exhilarated and uncomfortable at the same time.
  32. A part of her wanted to course him, but never since the third Great War had she felt so exhilarated and alive.
  33. Exhilarated, she half ran the last few metres along the path, stopping suddenly, bewitched by the sight below her.
  34. Murray dodged as she threw a punch at his shoulder, laughing, both exhilarated that at last they felt free of threat.
  35. If this was the case, if Alice was my Jacob’s Angel, there was good reason for my feeling both exhilarated and afraid.
  36. What mattered was the present moment, though, and in that moment they were both exhilarated by their shared sense of liberty.
  37. WE WEREN’T BACK in the car for five seconds before I was pressing my palms against Molinari’s in an exhilarated, drawn-out high five.
  38. Still the youth led us true, and what we met when we rode into camp, all lit with fires, was us being surrounded by exhilarated warriors.
  39. Alyosha had at once observed his brother's exhilarated condition, and on entering the arbor he saw half a bottle of brandy and a wineglass on the table.
  40. He was escorted to a side exit of the museum, the bitesize history of ancient Egypt accompanying him in the form of the curator’s exhilarated chatter.
  41. Rory felt positively exhilarated, he was finally on track with the Drug Investigation…and at long last he had something to show for all the time spent……….
  42. The Madeline of tomorrow was going to regret every word she said tonight, but the Madeline of right now was exhilarated by the removal of all those pesky inhibitions.
  43. The curious little boy in Mitchell felt almost exhilarated by the prospect of stalking the very individual, who lent substantial weight to practically ruining his life.
  44. Exhilarated at having broken my land-speed record I jogged to the centre of town, rehearsing a speech that would convince any interviewer I was deadly serious about acting.
  45. A gravelled turning area at the beginning of the village served as a vehicle terminus where the tourist shuttles off-loaded their exhilarated cargoes to wander for a few hours.
  46. From the first I have felt that the worried had only got to come here to be smoothed out, and the lonely to be exhilarated, and the unhappy to be comforted, and the old to be made young.
  47. Coal wives bring pig knuckles and cheese; they pass around Werner’s acceptance letter; the ones who can read, read it aloud to the ones who cannot, and Jutta comes home to a crowded, exhilarated room.
  48. I received in the bargain a chance to finally win the love of the beautiful Povon, my perfect mate, and she has blessed me with her affection, and exhilarated me with her prowess as my companion at arms.
  49. Hundreds, all lining the road and over the bridge and we rode in through them, proud and exhilarated, with Arthur riding his shying mare, trying to control her head as the crowds waved and called his name.
  50. Zossimov had agreed at once to desert the drinking party to go to Raskolnikov's, but he came reluctantly and with the greatest suspicion to see the ladies, mistrusting Razumihin in his exhilarated condition.
  51. The blood pumped wildly through my arteries, I was shaking, I was smiling non-stop, my eyes were as wide as saucers, I was completely and utterly exhilarated by the entire happenings of the day and the outcome.
  52. I was pretty confident that I had killed him as well as Smith and I was feeling both exhilarated and intoxicated I needed no more vindication for the execution I had carried out then what had been done to Rosie and Bert.
  53. Kara closed her eyes … she’d been in London … Doris fussing about taxis … then she’d got on the train at Paddington and arrived some hours later exhilarated by her journey, head stuffed with images of this England so different from her own … Taunton, she’d gone to Taunton.
  54. These thoughts and emotions swept Court in an instant leaving him with the realization how much he loved and needed his airplane and the altitude and the sky and his wingmen and the pure sense of flight, and how exhilarated he felt while flying a combat mission, and the joy he felt upon his triumphal returns to base.
  55. The irreparability of the past: once at a performance of Albert Hengler's circus in the Rotunda, Rutland square, Dublin, an intuitive particoloured clown in quest of paternity had penetrated from the ring to a place in the auditorium where Bloom, solitary, was seated and had publicly declared to an exhilarated audience that he (Bloom) was his (the clown's) papa.
  56. With regard to herself, it was now a matter of unconcern whether she went to town or not, and when she saw her mother so thoroughly pleased with the plan, and her sister exhilarated by it in look, voice, and manner, restored to all her usual animation, and elevated to more than her usual gaiety, she could not be dissatisfied with the cause, and would hardly allow herself to distrust the consequence.
  57. He was exhilarated, nervous – almost giddy – but,.
  1. It exhilarates me.

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