She rose with much animation, and stood for a moment looking at her brother.
No wonder she likes it, and that she thinks me a cruel tyrant; which of course she does, though she is afraid—she hasn’t the animation necessary—to admit it to herself.
He is still very handsome, only, of course, he looks older, and he is not so—so animated as he used to be.
It was idle to attempt to ascertain the state of her affections without direct inquiry, because, if she had not had an expressive manner among the familiar influences of home, she failed to gather animation from the mountains of Switzerland or the monuments of Italy.
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She won an award for best animated cartoon.
The right to pursue happiness is the animating principle of capitalism.