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  • She reveled in the Art Institute, in symphonies and violin recitals and chamber music, in the theater and classic dancing.
  • From the two days at Lac-qui-Meurt Carol drew confidence in herself, and she returned to Gopher Prairie in a throbbing calm like those golden drugged seconds when, because he is for an instant free from pain, a sick man revels in living.
  • She waited for him; she reveled in longing, and in a sense of guilt because she longed.
  • She had reveled in the mild foreignness of it.
  • But she also discovered that business women may have friendships and enmities as frankly as men and may revel in a bliss which no housewife attains—a free Sunday.
  • Since there were no sweating passengers crammed in beside her, she reveled in the train’s slowness.

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

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