1 His hand was steady, but the attitude was an excuse for not making an immediate reply.
2 She stood perfectly still, looking after him, in an attitude of tranquil expectancy torturing to the hidden watcher.
3 His wife's attitude was unchanged, her face inexorable, and he was seized with the despairing sense of his helplessness.
4 So Will remained at Tara, for what reason she did not know and she found his businesslike man-to-man attitude with her both pleasant and helpful.
5 Even in this flash of revelation, she realized vaguely that, foolish though they seemed, theirs was the right attitude.
6 She could never respect a man who let her run over him and the timid, hesitant attitude he displayed in any unpleasant situation, with her or with others, irritated her unbearably.
7 But her self-control was severely tested many times, because of the personal questions they asked and because of the smug and condescending attitude they displayed toward all things Southern.
8 To Scarlett, scarcely wanting her coming child and irritated at its untimeliness, this attitude seemed the height of sentimental stupidity.
9 Some had accepted because of Melanie's attitude, others because they felt they owed Rhett a debt for saving their lives and those of their relatives.
10 "I wouldn't put much beyond her," was the universal attitude.
11 So that was going to be his attitude.
12 Lily had no mind for the vagabond life of the poor relation, and to adapt herself to Mrs. Peniston she had, to some degree, to assume that lady's passive attitude.
13 Meanwhile he cast agonized glances in the direction of Miss Bart, whose only response was to sink into an attitude of more graceful abstraction.
14 But Lily, though her attitude was as calm as his, was throbbing inwardly with a rush of thoughts.
15 His attitude had been one of admiring spectatorship, and he would have been almost sorry to detect in her any emotional weakness which should interfere with the fulfilment of her aims.