1 The fact that admiration for his learning mingled with Mattie's wonder at what he taught was not the least part of his pleasure.
2 Now, struggling against hatred for Ashley's wife, there surged a feeling of admiration and comradeship.
3 Reluctantly, Scarlett's admiration went still higher.
4 For a moment, his eyes came back to her, wide and crystal gray, and there was admiration in them.
5 His heart went out to her, torn with his own helplessness, wrenched with admiration.
6 I have a deep and impersonal admiration for your endurance, Scarlett, and I do not like to see your spirit crushed beneath too many millstones.
7 There was a faint gleam of admiration in his eyes as he answered.
8 The young lady who thus formulated her admiration of her brilliant friend did not, in her own person, suggest such happy possibilities.
9 Mrs. Bry's admiration was a mirror in which Lily's self-complacency recovered its lost outline.
10 He was not a man to whom the expression of admiration came easily: his long sallow face and distrustful eyes seemed always barricaded against the expansive emotions.
11 Mrs. Dorset had none of Judy Trenor's lavish impulses, and Dorset's admiration was not likely to express itself in financial "tips," even had Lily cared to renew her experiences in that line.
12 At such moments she lost something of her natural fastidiousness, and cared less for the quality of the admiration received than for its quantity.
13 And I think I've taken them to admiration.
14 But it was in the quality of his admiration that she read his shrewd estimate of her case.
15 As they looked up she caught their suspense of admiration.