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  • Martin had thought of himself, freed from tinkering over cut fingers and ear-aches, as spending ecstatic days in the laboratory, emerging only to battle with factory-owners who defied sanitation.
  • But, except that once he caught the father of the Eugenic Family relieving the strain of being publicly healthy by taking a long, gurgling, ecstatic drink from a flask, Pickerbaugh found nothing wrong in their conduct, till Saturday.
  • Mrs. Holabird was intense, as one present on an historical occasion and Joyce was ecstatic over the honor to her Man.
  • Every five minutes it came to him, as a quite new and ecstatic idea, "Why don’t I go to sleep?" then he remembered, and groaned, "No, I’ve got to keep going and watch every step.

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  • They are ecstatically in love.
  • ecstatic that the legislation passed

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