1 Her face felt stiff as from pain and her mouth actually hurt from having stretched it, unwillingly, in smiles to prevent the twins from learning her secret.
2 Even if he hasn't actually heard anything this afternoon, perhaps he's noticed something, sensed some excitement in the Wilkes family.
3 But that was enough for Gerald, overwhelmed at his unbelievable luck in actually marrying her.
4 It is so late--why, it is actually ten o'clock, as the clock with coughing and tinny thumps marked the hour.
5 Just the same, all the ladies felt pleasantly excited, for it was so seldom that they actually saw a scene or a quarrel.
6 She did not tell them that it was utter boredom, bewilderment at actually being a mother and, most of all, the absence of Ashley that made her look so woebegone.
7 She had very little interest in Wade and sometimes it was difficult to remember that he was actually hers.
8 It was as if she could actually feel the accelerated steady pulse of the town's heart beating in time with her own.
9 Scarlett had to admit that Melanie carried off things very well, acting as if she knew nothing was amiss, and she actually succeeded in engaging Gerald in conversation, once the supper had been served.
10 His coat and trousers were actually of the same material and they fitted him, instead of hanging in folds or being almost too tight for movement.
11 Sometimes she actually forgot, for long stretches, that she had a child.
12 Waiting, when for all she knew the Yankees were actually at Five Points.
13 "In all these months since I've been home I've only heard of one person, Rhett Butler, who actually has money," he said.
14 It was so exciting to be actually at a party again.
15 On top of everything else, she was actually making money out of the mill, and no man could feel right about a wife who succeeded in so unwomanly an activity.