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exuberant
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Catch-22
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  • She was a tall, earthy, exuberant girl with long hair and a pretty face, a buxom, delightful, flirtatious girl.
  • ’That’s right,’ the colonel explained exuberantly.
  • The weird, implausible reception for Milo began at the airfield, where civilian laborers who recognized him halted in their duties respectfully to gaze at him with full expressions of controlled exuberance and adulation.
  • They were frisky, eager and exuberant, and they had all been friends in the States.
  • responded Captain Black with an exuberant gesture.
  • ’I’m going to run away,’ Yossarian announced in an exuberant, clear voice, already tearing open the buttons of his pajama tops.
  • ’No, of course not!’ he blurted out, and suddenly was waving both arms toward the door in a gesture of exuberant urgency.
  • In the evening they all trooped exuberantly out to see a lousy Hollywood extravaganza in Technicolor, and when they trooped exuberantly back in after the lousy Hollywood extravaganza, the soldier in white was there, and Dunbar screamed and went to pieces.
  • In the evening they all trooped exuberantly out to see a lousy Hollywood extravaganza in Technicolor, and when they trooped exuberantly back in after the lousy Hollywood extravaganza, the soldier in white was there, and Dunbar screamed and went to pieces.
  • ’Boy, are you bastards in for it!’ he announced exuberantly, splashing away from the puddle forming at his feet.

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  • People were exuberant with the initial success of the revolution.
  • The dancers are as exuberant as they are talented.

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