1 That there was truth in his last words did not occur to her.
2 His were doubly confusing because she had a vague idea there was truth in them.
3 She thought: "They both see the truth of this war, but Ashley is willing to die about it and Rhett isn't."
4 The truth was that the North was holding the South in a virtual state of siege, though many did not realize it.
5 Other people might call his utterances treachery but, to Scarlett, they always rang with common sense and truth.
6 She knew that her mother was the embodiment of justice, truth, loving tenderness and profound wisdom--a great lady.
7 "Oh," cried Scarlett, fresh pain striking her as Gerald's words brought home the terrible inevitability of the truth.
8 Well, she'd make up some pitiful story about a soldier in the hospital who needed it and Rhett need never know the truth.
9 Somewhere, Ashley was fighting, perhaps dying, and the newspaper office was the only place where she could learn the truth.
10 It was annoying the way Melly always misconstrued her motives--but perhaps that was far preferable to having her suspect the truth.
11 She said "fiddle-dee-dee" many times, declared that the truth wasn't in any of them, and vowed that she'd never believe anything any man told her.
12 It would be interesting to know who was the father of Emmie Slattery's baby, but Scarlett knew she would never learn the truth of the matter if she waited to hear it from her mother.
13 She lost her fear of his betraying her secret, but there always lurked in the back of her mind the disquieting memory that he had seen her at her worst and knew the truth about Ashley.
14 Gerald bragged that she was the belle of five counties, and with some truth, for she had received proposals from nearly all the young men in the neighborhood and many from places as far away as Atlanta and Savannah.
15 Like Aunt Pitty, Melanie had the face of a sheltered child who had never known anything but simplicity and kindness, truth and love, a child who had never looked upon harshness or evil and would not recognize them if she saw them.
16 And while they talked she could perhaps read in his eyes some quickening of emotion, some hint that behind the barrier of husbandly affection for Melanie he still cared, cared as passionately as on that day of the barbecue when he burst forth with the truth.
17 She discovered when she grew older that Gerald had stretched the truth somewhat, as was his habit when a little stretching would improve a story; but Atlanta was only nine years older than she was, and that still left the place amazingly young by comparison with any other town she had ever heard of.
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