a good deal excited

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  • The men standing round us were a good deal excited, but the same story was told by them all.
  • As a matter of fact she was a good deal excited now; for what the child said was true enough. ...
  • Our hero was a good deal excited as he examined the object in his hand. ...
  • He seemed to be a good deal excited. ...
  • The colored people had assembled in considerable numbers, and were a good deal excited. ...
  • "She is a good deal excited, so I offered to come over and pave the way." ...
  • Lance was a good deal excited by the sight of his ancestral home. ...
  • He seemed a good deal excited, but in a suppressed and cautious way. ...
  • Bob was, of course, greatly surprised at the news; and the professor, himself, was a good deal excited.
  • Maude, too, was a good deal excited, for one of her even temperament. ...
  • So Milly put her hand in, feeling a good deal excited as to what might happen -- and what do you think she brought out? ...
  • He seemed a good deal excited, and talked fast and much about the event, but yet not as if it had sunk deeply into him.
  • Emma, whose imagination had been a good deal excited by the prospect of a new brother, was a little disappointed. ...
  • All the same, the house-parlourmaid, Milly by name, was a good deal excited about this particular couple who were now expected.
  • They were a good deal excited, and Archie's hand trembled like a leaf, as he reached for his gun. ...
  • Leif stood on an elevated rock apart, and Biarne, a good deal excited, went up to him.
  • Jemima and Keren-happuch actually looked a little relieved, though a good deal excited. ...
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