Every body who saw it was pleased, but Mr. Elton was in continual raptures, and defended it through every criticism.
Mrs. Elton had received notice of it that morning, and was in raptures.
Harriet seemed ready to worship her friend for a sentence so satisfactory; and Emma was only saved from raptures and fondness, which at that moment would have been dreadful penance, by the sound of her father’s footsteps.
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She was in rapture as the chorus sang Bach’s Hallelujah Chorus.