1 There was nothing in her now of the well-bred Robillards who could bear with white silence anything the world might cast.
2 It was harder to bear than Honey's out-and-out cattiness.
3 Henry was her cross and she must bear him.
4 Ellen had hinted before the wedding that marriage was something women must bear with dignity and fortitude, and the whispered comments of other matrons since her widowhood had confirmed this.
5 But somehow it was easier to bear the thought of Ashley belonging to some one else when he was far away.
6 If God should will that Ashley should be--taken, I suppose I could bear it, though I'd rather die if he died.
7 But God would give me strength to bear it.
8 But I could not bear having him dead and not having--not having a child of his to comfort me.
9 It brought up too many thoughts she couldn't bear thinking.
10 When she was able to bear the sniffling noise no longer, Scarlett turned and pinched her viciously, causing Prissy to scream in good earnest before she relapsed into frightened silence.
11 Her burdens were her own and burdens were for shoulders strong enough to bear them.
12 She thought without surprise, looking down from her height, that her shoulders were strong enough to bear anything now, having borne the worst that could ever happen to her.
13 Tears began to stream down her face so that she could not read and her heart swelled up until she felt she could not bear the joy of it.
14 She could not bear to see him in tatters, working, her debonaire immaculate Ashley.
15 She could endure the sight of her own child in aprons made of sacking and the girls in dingy old gingham, could bear it that Will worked harder than any field hand, but not Ashley.