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1  Don't stand there and swell up like a toad.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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2  "Look at that old nigger swell up like a toad," she giggled.
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3  Well, she wouldn't swell his conceit by complimenting him on his cleverness.
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4  Scarlett's heart swelled with affection and gratitude to Will who had done all of this.
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5  Always the rising chorus swelled: "We are hungry, your wife, your babies, your parents."
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6  She went around home for about a week all swelled up and excited and didn't have much to say.
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7  It swelled in her bosom until it positively ached with pleasure, ached as with a burden of joyful, hot, unshed tears.
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8  She sat down wearily, tucking one foot under her, and her heart swelled up with misery, until it felt too large for her bosom.
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9  She watched the swell of his powerful shoulders against the cloth with a fascination that was disturbing, a little frightening.
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10  Tears began to stream down her face so that she could not read and her heart swelled up until she felt she could not bear the joy of it.
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11  The wives and families of the Yankee garrison, filled with curiosity about the South after four years of war, came to swell the population.
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12  She never came wearily home across the fields and saw the sprawling white house that her heart did not swell with love and the joy of homecoming.
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13  Such handsome men, thought Scarlett, with a swell of pride in her heart, as the men called greetings, waved to friends, bent low over the hands of elderly ladies.
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14  Aunt Pitty completely forgot that the sight of blood always made her faint and she worked until her little feet in their too small shoes swelled and would no longer support her.
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15  Now, swell up like a gobbler and tell me that he is worth a thousand blackguards like me and that I shouldn't dare to be so presumptuous as to feel either pity or contempt for him.
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16  It was so good to have a man beside her, to lean close to him and feel the hard swell of his arm and know that he stood between her and unnamable terrors, even though he merely sat there and stared.
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17  From the avenue of cedars to the row of white cabins in the slave quarters, there was an air of solidness, of stability and permanence about Tara, and whenever Gerald galloped around the bend in the road and saw his own roof rising through green branches, his heart swelled with pride as though each sight of it were the first sight.
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