It was not merely under the excitement
of the sword-play that this fortitude was shown; it was shown in the surgeon's room where an uninspiring quiet reigned, and where there was no audience.
Beyond was a fringe of excitement
, and farther than that fringe the inflammation had not crept as yet.
That was a stupid trip of ours, after all, and I wouldn't advise any body who is greedy for excitement
to undertake it.
The entire ship's crew were undergoing a nervous excitement
, of which I can give no idea: they could not eat, they could not sleep--twenty times a day, a misconception or an optical illusion of some sailor seated on the taffrail, would cause dreadful perspirations, and these emotions, twenty times repeated, kept us in a state of excitement
so violent that a reaction was unavoidable.
But in spite of this, while he was turning over his studies, pulling up the blinds and taking off the sheet, he was in intense excitement
, especially as, in spite of his conviction that all distinguished and wealthy Russians were certain to be beasts and fools, he liked Vronsky, and still more Anna.
Passmore's withered little face lit up with a gleam of rare excitement
If, to preserve its Unity -- its totality of effect or impression -- we read it (as would be necessary) at a single sitting, the result is but a constant alternation of excitement
When they perceived in him signs of exhaustion, and he could no longer be provoked to make battle, they would dismount from their horses, approach him in the rear, and seizing him by the tail, jerk him from side to side, and drag him backward; until the frantic animal, gathering fresh strength from fury, would break from them, and rush, with flashing eyes and a hoarse bellowing, upon any enemy in sight; but in a little while, his transient excitement
at an end, would pitch headlong on the ground, and expire.
In place of the excitement
of her return, and the interest it had inspired, she saw before her a long and stony highway which she had to tread, without aid, and with little sympathy.
But the excitement
of cutting out the Arangi had been communicated to his addled brain, and, with vague reminiscent flashes of the strength of life triumphant, he shared deliriously in this triumph of Somo by applying himself to the curing of the head that was in itself the concrete expression of triumph.
One day during the prevalence of the excitement
Saylor presented himself at the office of the Commercial for orders.
At any rate, it will give a breath of excitement
to the life she has doomed to stagnation, and may calm with certainty some agitating thoughts.'