1 He imagined there might be even worse talk about them now.
2 The idea possessed her imagination and she took pleasure in it.
3 Somehow, she had imagined it would remain broiling hot noon forever.
4 All the nameless horrors that peopled her small imagination clutched her.
5 "He never really existed at all, except in my imagination," she thought wearily.
6 Like most girls, her imagination carried her just as far as the altar and no further.
7 You have the heart of a lion and an utter lack of imagination and I envy you both of those qualities.
8 From Frank's deprecatory remarks about the money "people" owed him, she had imagined the sums to be small.
9 For a moment her imagination flamed at the thought of being made a widow by the kindly intervention of the Yankee government.
10 She listened hard and suddenly she wondered if it were only her imagination or if the sound of cannon in the distance had died away.
11 She had imagined that sound too often in the nights and days of these last two weeks, just as she had imagined she heard the rustle of Ellen's skirts.
12 Somehow this handsome, sedately dressed woman sitting in the darkness of the carriage didn't look and talk as she imagined a bad woman, the Madam of a House, should look and talk.
13 I can't imagine how Mr. Wilkes must feel having him here, but he was visiting Mr. Kennedy in Jonesboro--something about buying cotton--and, of course, Mr. Kennedy had to bring him along with him.
14 At times, he had an ungallant feeling that Honey's coquetries and proprietary airs were no credit to him, for she was so boy-crazy he imagined she would use them on any man who gave her the opportunity.
15 So Bonnie had her blue velvet habit with a skirt that trailed down the pony's side and a black hat with a red plume in it, because Aunt Melly's stories of Jeb Stuart's plume had appealed to her imagination.
16 Arrangements had not yet been completed for obtaining the full quota of horses, but those who had horses performed what they imagined to be cavalry maneuvers in the field behind the courthouse, kicked up a great deal of dust, yelled themselves hoarse and waved the Revolutionary-war swords that had been taken down from parlor walls.
17 Scarlett could not imagine her mother's hands without her gold thimble or her rustling figure unaccompanied by the small negro girl whose sole function in life was to remove basting threads and carry the rosewood sewing box from room to room, as Ellen moved about the house superintending the cooking, the cleaning and the wholesale clothes-making for the plantation.
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