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revel
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • But the former under-stood in dismay that Anne was actually enjoying her valley of humiliation—was reveling in the thoroughness of her abasement.
  • Anne reveled in the world of color about her.
  • Anne reveled in the drive to the hall, slipping along over the satin-smooth roads with the snow crisping under the runners.
  • I just looked as if I were studying Canadian history, you know, while all the while I was reveling in Ben Hur.
  • She and Diana fairly lived outdoors, reveling in all the delights that Lover’s Lane and the Dryad’s Bubble and Willowmere and Victoria Island afforded.

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  • She reveled in her freedom.
  • The team reveled in their victory.

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