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Anne Of Green Gables
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rapt
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • Still with rapt face she gazed afar into the sunset west, with eyes that saw visions trooping splendidly across that glowing background.
  • The white and green light strained through apple trees and clustering vines outside fell over the rapt little figure with a half-unearthly radiance.
  • Anne had no business to look so rapt and radiant.
  • Rapt and radiant Anne continued until they were in the very presence of Mrs. Lynde, who was sitting knitting by her kitchen window.
  • When he thought of that rapt light being quenched in her eyes he had an uncomfortable feeling that he was going to assist at murdering something—much the same feeling that came over him when he had to kill a lamb or calf or any other innocent little creature.
  • "You did just splendidly, Anne," puffed Diana, recovering sufficiently to sit up and speak, for Anne, starry eyed and rapt, had not uttered a word.
  • Anne, forgetting all about herself and her troubles for the time, listened with rapt and shining eyes; but when the recitation ended she suddenly put her hands over her face.

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  • She watched with rapt attention.
  • We all listened with rapt attention as she described the accident.

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