Only fitting when dealing with a city as triumphantly vibrant as New Orleans, it was half wake and half celebration.
Yet few synesthesiacs are as triumphantly assertive expressers of color in art as Mitchell was.
If they turn into 4's, then the program's supporters will triumphantly point to them as evidence that the loans worked.
"I have just been named the 98th sexiest woman in the world," he says triumphantly, referring to a recent ranking by FHM.
(Film can go there triumphantly…) Writing chases after the senses and conveys them in an altered form.
"There are some fine waves this morning," she said triumphantly.
I made a dash, caught it in my hands and triumphantly brought it ashore.
But it was not at Stewart the officer was looking so triumphantly, it was at the girl.
And he, thinking that he was convincing them, went on triumphantly: "Thus, I myself—"
He simply, coolly opened the door, and bade her easily and triumphantly escape.