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Northanger Abbey
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  • It was wonderful that her friends should seem so little elated by the possession of such a home, that the consciousness of it should be so meekly borne.
  • But my affair is widely different; I bring back my heroine to her home in solitude and disgrace; and no sweet elation of spirits can lead me into minuteness.
  • Yes, only ten days ago had he elated her by his pointed regard—had he even confused her by his too significant reference!
  • The circumstances of the morning had led Catherine’s feelings through the varieties of suspense, security, and disappointment; but they were now safely lodged in perfect bliss; and with spirits elated to rapture, with Henry at her heart, and Northanger Abbey on her lips, she hurried home to write her letter.

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  • The elated winner couldn’t stop smiling.
  • I felt elated the first day of summer break.

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