1 "I know you two don't care about being expelled, or Tom either," she said.
2 Her heart was too sore to care whether or not she put her father in a temper.
3 "I care not," said Gerald heatedly.
4 "I know," answered Gerald, who did not care to disclose that Pork had supplied this valuable bit of information, or that Philippe had departed for the West at the express desire of his family.
5 Mammy muttered darkly to herself as she waddled, taking care that her remarks were pitched too low to be understood but loud enough to register her unqualified disapproval.
6 "Darling, I don't care a thing about Brent," declared Scarlett, happy enough to be generous.
7 And he doesn't care a thing about me.
8 "Well, go and tattle and see if I care," replied Scarlett.
9 "I don't care what you say, Mr. O'Hara," Mrs. Tarleton was saying emphatically.
10 But my boys can take care of themselves and my horses can't.
11 I tell you I love you and I know you must care about me because-- She stopped.
12 And if I married him right away, it would show Ashley that I didn't care a rap--that I was only flirting with him.
13 No, she could never care about anything again, not if she lived to be ninety.
14 Aunt Pitty had a falling out with her brother, Uncle Henry, about that time, so she came to live with us and take care of us.
15 Scarlett did not care for the caresses, but she basked in the compliments.