1 She almost gasped aloud in the shock of its unexpectedness.
2 Widows could never chatter vivaciously or laugh aloud.
3 There was nothing to do but knit all day and at night listen to Uncle Carey read aloud from the improving works of Mr. Bulwer-Lytton.
4 Melanie was always generous with the letters, reading parts of them aloud to Aunt Pitty and Scarlett.
5 The Meades and McLures proudly read these letters all over the neighborhood, and Scarlett had frequently felt a secret shame that Melanie had no such letters from Ashley to read aloud at sewing circles.
6 I can't help it, she thought, and then, aloud: "Well, hurry and get the whisky, quickly."
7 I'll think of it later, she said aloud, turning her eyes away.
8 Hunger gnawed at her empty stomach again and she said aloud: "As God is my witness, as God is my witness, the Yankees aren't going to lick me."
9 Strength was coming back and a reckless excitement which made her want to laugh aloud.
10 "I wish I had money enough to buy that mill myself," she said aloud and sighed.
11 "Yet they set you free," she said aloud.
12 She was not altogether certain how she felt about this revelation but as an idea came to her she suddenly laughed aloud.
13 Her green eyes were alert and sparkling again, and she laughed aloud for the first time in weeks when Rhett and Bonnie met her and Wade and Ella at the depot--laughed in annoyance and amusement.
14 "Oh," she cried aloud, in fright, and in her mind she clutched him close to her heart.
15 "I won't think of it now," she said again, aloud, trying to push her misery to the back of her mind, trying to find some bulwark against the rising tide of pain.