palpitateon contrasts " the warm and palpitating facts of life " with the " chill and arid knowledge " gained by education.
palpitateed out of bed, all palpitating with fear, and peeped round the corner of my dressing-room door.
palpitatet was still palpitating from watching her emerge from the waves.
But in reading all the accounts of Mme de Stael's life which come from herself or her intimate friends, it must be carefully remembered that she was the most distinguished and characteristic product of the period of sensibilite - the singular fashion of ultra-sentiment which required that both men and women, but especially women, should be always palpitating with excitement, steeped in melancholy, or dissolved in tears.
The moon merges with the shimmering stars and consumes the night with a palpitating aura of magical enlightenment.
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