1 Frome was in the habit of walking into Starkfield to fetch home his wife's cousin, Mattie Silver, on the rare evenings when some chance of amusement drew her to the village.
2 Scarlett had an uneasy feeling that this man who was not received was the only one present who knew what lay behind her wild gaiety and that it was affording him sardonic amusement.
3 His eyes waited on her words, cynical amusement in them, and she could not go on.
4 Her lips mutinous, she looked up into his eyes and saw so much amusement in their dark depths that she burst into laughter.
5 His eyes flickered with amusement.
6 He spoke the last words with a simple dignity that touched Scarlett, even in her amusement.
7 But this amusement quickly passed and a sense of shock took its place in the early days of their marriage.
8 Scarlett laughed with amusement.
9 Behind them came the Yankee captain, his face a study of mingled suspicion and amusement.
10 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.
11 Melanie was almost crying with embarrassment, Ashley was suddenly bleak and withdrawn and Rhett was watching her over his cigar with impersonal amusement.
12 He had carried his cup to the fireplace, and stood leaning against the chimney-piece and looking down on her with an air of indolent amusement.
13 Selden glanced at her with amusement: it was impossible, even with her lovely eyes imploring him, to take a sentimental view of her case.
14 She was taking her way churchward, but at no very quick pace; a fact not lost on one of her observers, who stood in the doorway looking after her with an air of puzzled amusement.
15 Selden had watched her manoeuvres with lazy amusement.