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A Ripple Of Excitement ( a feeling of excitement moving in one or from one person to another ... )

"A Ripple Of Excitement"

A ripple or excitement describes the feeling that one has of excitement moving outside and inside of oneself.

Example: "On election day you could feel a ripple of excitement."

A ripple of excitement is an inner sensation that makes one feel alive and connected to the outer world.

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