1 It seemed strange now that when she was growing up Ashley had never seemed so very attractive to her.
2 With her younger daughters, she had success, for Suellen was so anxious to be attractive she lent an attentive and obedient ear to her mother's teachings, and Carreen was shy and easily led.
3 She told herself that the child was merely full of life and there was still time in which to teach her the arts and graces of being attractive to men.
4 There was no one to tell Scarlett that her own personality, frighteningly vital though it was, was more attractive than any masquerade she might adopt.
5 It distracted her from her thoughts and she was very anxious to arrange both her thoughts and her face in attractive lines before reaching Twelve Oaks.
6 Honey's nervously obvious desire to be attractive to every man in sight contrasted sharply with her father's poise, and Scarlett had the thought that perhaps there was something in what Mrs. Tarleton said, after all.
7 All of the interesting young men were gone-- the four Tarletons, the two Calverts, the Fontaines, the Munroes and everyone from Jonesboro, Fayetteville and Lovejoy who was young and attractive.
8 Unhampered by matrimony or widowhood, they made vast inroads on the convalescents, and even the least attractive girls, Scarlett observed gloomily, had no difficulty in getting engaged.
9 She busied herself arranging the articles in the booth in more attractive display, while Scarlett sat and looked glumly around the room.
10 It wasn't fair that she must keep her voice low and her eyes cast modestly down, when men, attractive ones, too, came to their booth.
11 It seemed such a terrible waste to spend all your little girlhood learning how to be attractive and how to catch men and then only use the knowledge for a year or two.
12 Other women's husbands you let severely alone, even if they were your own discarded beaux, and no matter how temptingly attractive they were.
13 Besides, these men wounded in the retreat were not so attractive as the earlier ones had been.
14 No, they were not an attractive lot.
15 When he climbed into the buggy and took the reins from her and threw her some impertinent remark, she felt young and gay and attractive again, for all her worries and her increasing bulk.