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1 The children laughed with glee at the clown's antics.
2 She chortled with glee at the news.
3 He was a charming mixture of glum and glee.
4 Max was rubbing his hands together with glee.
5 Soon her glee turns to fear.
6 He began to rub his hands together in glee.
7 She couldn't disguise her glee at their discomfiture.
8 She opened her presents with glee.
9 She couldn't disguise her glee at their embarrassment.
10 There was much glee among journalists over the leaked letter.
11 Manufacturers are rubbing their hands with glee as they prepare to cash in.
12 He rubbed his hands in glee as he thought of all the money he would make.
13 He rubbed his hands with glee at the prospect of their defeat.
14 Ralph mooned harder, with oedipal glee.
15 The patrons rose to new heights of glee.
16 I rushed back to Terry, all glee.
17 His glee made Bowring nervous about discovering its cause.
18 Then they went at it with redoubled glee.
19 He also sang with gusto in the school glee club, directed by Mildred Cobbledick,[www.Sentencedict.com] one of those favorites.
20 Lydia recalled with devious glee how Father Maier had been plagued by diarrhea on a previous trip.
21 Satisfaction, even glee at this initial success was, however, soon succeeded by doubts about what to do next.
22 They watched with glee, therefore, the biggest bond market rally in the history of Wall Street.
23 Occasionally, much to their glee, Mr Major allowed them to intervene.
24 Few of us bounce up and down in glee at the prospect of paying taxes.
25 Byrne says that they added to the confusion by jumping up and down and shouting with glee.
26 The theater was renamed as a tribute to him, and he survived to tell the story with glee.
27 The villain is an investor who kills with such glee that he almost seems corny.
28 I can see the disinfectant manufactures rubbing their hands with glee, confident of selling still stronger-smelling concoctions.
29 When you stop and he gets out, young women squeal with glee.
30 The new crime figures, the last before the election, have been pounced upon with glee by the Conservatives.