1 He passed by the graves on the knoll and turned his head to glance at one of the older headstones, which had interested him deeply as a boy because it bore his name.
2 He bore the honor gravely and with no untoward conceit, as though it were only his due.
3 Dilcey was tall and bore herself erectly.
4 As the carriage bore her down the red road toward the Wilkes plantation, Scarlett had a feeling of guilty pleasure that neither her mother nor Mammy was with the party.
5 And that, in time, becomes a bore.
6 But she carried the child through its time with a minimum of discomfort, bore him with little distress and recovered so quickly that Mammy told her privately it was downright common--ladies should suffer more.
7 The hospitals were filled with dirty, bewhiskered, verminous men who smelled terribly and bore on their bodies wounds hideous enough to turn a Christian's stomach.
8 Scarlett bore their gaze with a wide-eyed childlike expression.
9 Except for the messy business of nursing and the bore of bandage rolling, she did not care if the war lasted forever.
10 It was as though he bore an impersonal contempt for everyone and everything in the South, the Confederacy in particular, and took no pains to conceal it.
11 You think her silly and stupid and her patriotic notions bore you.
12 A faint hot breeze that had sprung up bore the smell of smoke to her.
13 The women bore themselves like ladies and she knew they were ladies, though menial tasks were their daily lot and they didn't know where their next dress was coming from.
14 Scarlett bore his remarks with silent dignity and, as time went by, she turned all her attention to him and his customers.
15 Frank, Pitty and the servants bore her outbursts with maddening kindness, attributing her bad disposition to her pregnancy, never realizing the true cause.