1 Just what the loser would do, should Scarlett accept either one of them, the twins did not ask.
2 "It will serve you right if that sly piece does accept one of you," she said.
3 Or maybe she'll accept both of you, and then you'll have to move to Utah, if the Mormons'll have you--which I doubt.
4 But they were as fiercely proud in their poverty as the planters were in their wealth, and they would accept nothing that smacked of charity from their rich neighbors.
5 He arranged his face in what he fancied was an expression of careless unconcern and cautiously returned Scarlett's pinch to show that he was man of the world enough to understand and accept her reproof.
6 And girls who knew very well that a lady always refused a gentleman the first three times he proposed rushed headlong to accept the first time.
7 The little presents he brought her from Nassau, little oddments that a lady could accept with propriety, were what mattered most to her.
8 I simply can't tell him I won't accept it.
9 For a moment her mind refused to accept the truth, but when realization finally came to her that Prissy knew no more about midwifery than she did, anger went over her like a flame.
10 Surely someone will turn up to accept your interesting proposition.
11 Frank, in common with all men he knew, felt that a wife should be guided by her husband's superior knowledge, should accept his opinions in full and have none of her own.
12 They had continued resisting all efforts to force them to bow down and accept the dictates of Washington as their own state law.
13 The Old Guard signified their disapproval by a sheaf of cards, regretting their inability to accept Scarlett's kind invitation.
14 At first, strangers in a strange town, they were glad to accept invitations to the lavish entertainments of the wealthy and hospitable Mrs. Butler, but they soon drifted out of her set.
15 At first it had annoyed her and she had tried to break down that nonchalance but soon she had come to accept it as a very convenient thing.