1 Anyone as selfish and determined as you are is never helpless.
2 The helpless wounded succumbed to her charms without a struggle.
3 Anything was preferable to being a helpless witness to such pain.
4 She felt as limp as a rag doll, warm, weak and helpless, and his supporting arms were so pleasant.
5 She is the most helpless soul--just like a sweet grown-up child, and Uncle Peter treats her that way.
6 This was the end of the road, quivering old age, sickness, hungry mouths, helpless hands plucking at her skirts.
7 Impotent rage quelled what little fear was left in her heart as she stood helpless while they plundered and stole and ruined.
8 She could--and did--shout them down with bitter sarcasm but before Melanie's unselfishness she was helpless, helpless and resentful.
9 She was helpless before his calm smile and his drawling remarks, for she had never before met anyone who was so completely impregnable.
10 In fact, the mothers of all her girl friends impressed on their daughters the necessity of being helpless, clinging, doe-eyed creatures.
11 Her father's arm still lay in the crook of hers, helpless, appealing, trusting, as only the hands of the very young and the very old can be.
12 Ellen was ill, perhaps dying, and here was Scarlett helpless in Atlanta with a pregnant woman on her hands and two armies between her and home.
13 It would be so good to sit here all day, away from the helpless eyes of Tara, here where only the rustle of leaves and the gurgle of slow water broke the stillness.
14 He was in his mid-thirties, older than any beau she had ever had, and she was as helpless as a child to control and handle him as she had handled beaux nearer her own age.
15 Yet here she was exposed to the sun in a broken-down wagon with a broken-down horse, dirty, sweaty, hungry, helpless to do anything but plod along at a snail's pace through a deserted land.
16 Suppose the Yankees should capture the train on which Wade and Prissy were riding--Scarlett and Melanie turned pale at the thought, for everyone knew that Yankee atrocities on helpless children were even more dreadful than on women.
17 Her father was old and stunned, her sisters ill, Melanie frail and weak, the children helpless, and the negroes looking up to her with childlike faith, clinging to her skirts, knowing that Ellen's daughter would be the refuge Ellen had always been.
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