1 And I am hurt, Scarlett, that you do not take my gallant sacrifice with better spirit.
2 "That's a fine bevy, Ma'm," said Gerald gallantly, reining his horse alongside the carriage.
3 And she knew it had not been Captain Butler's refinement that had prompted so gallant a gesture.
4 He knew she would not understand how many truly fine things he ascribed to her when he thought of her as gallant.
5 Every line of his slender body spoke of generations of brave and gallant men and Scarlett knew his war record by heart.
6 My child, Sherman has twice as many men as Johnston, and he can afford to lose two men for every one of our gallant laddies.
7 But, for four years, he had seen others who had refused to recognize defeat, men who rode gaily into sure disaster because they were gallant.
8 I am asking a sacrifice but a sacrifice so small compared with the sacrifices our gallant men in gray are making that it will seem laughably small.
9 He couldn't be when he's been mentioned in dispatches and when Colonel Sloan wrote that letter to Melly all about his gallant conduct in leading the charge.
10 Because of your obstinacy, you may get yourself into a situation where your gallant fellow townsmen will be forced to avenge you by stringing up a few darkies.
11 He knew she had no such word in her vocabulary as gallantry, knew she would have stared blankly if he had told her she was the most gallant soul he had ever known.
12 Ladies, there will pass among you two of our gallant wounded, with baskets and-- But the rest of his speech was lost in the storm and tumult of clapping hands and cheering voices.
13 The men seemed gallantly to have forgotten she had tried her best to break their hearts in other days and the girls that she had done everything in her power to entice their beaux away from them.
14 She thought of Charles who was dead and Ashley who might be dead and all the gay and gallant young men who were rotting in shallow graves and she forgot that she, too, had once thought them fools.