1 She set the lamp on the table, and he saw that it was carefully laid for supper, with fresh doughnuts, stewed blueberries and his favourite pickles in a dish of gay red glass.
2 The table had been as carefully laid, a clear fire glowed in the stove, the cat dozed in its warmth, and Mattie came forward carrying a plate of doughnuts.
3 He bent down, feeling in the obscurity for the glassy slide worn by preceding coasters, and placed the runners carefully between its edges.
4 The green eyes in the carefully sweet face were turbulent, willful, lusty with life, distinctly at variance with her decorous demeanor.
5 She went quietly down the front steps, looking carefully over her shoulder to make sure Mammy was not observing her from the upstairs windows.
6 Gerald helped his wife into the carriage and gave orders to the coachman to drive carefully.
7 When she spoke, her voice was not so slurred as most negroes' and she chose her words more carefully.
8 She was a brown little creature, with skinny legs like a bird and a myriad of pigtails carefully wrapped with twine sticking stiffly out from her head.
9 Mammy carefully dropped the twelve yards of green sprigged muslin over the mountainous petticoats and hooked up the back of the tight, low-cut basque.
10 Mammy plucked a large towel from the washstand and carefully tied it around Scarlett's neck, spreading the white folds over her lap.
11 She nodded and he carefully handed her down the front steps and led her across the grass to the iron bench beneath the largest oak in the front yard.
12 She carefully smoothed out the letter.
13 But Scarlett carefully folded up the letter without finishing it and thrust it back into the envelope, too bored to read further.
14 She sighed as she carefully tied the ribbon about the packet, wondering for the thousandth time just what it was in Ashley that eluded her understanding.
15 The line was so closely, so carefully drawn where gifts from men were concerned.