1 The leader of the reel, who looked as if he had Irish blood in his veins, danced well, and his partner caught his fire.
2 The face she lifted to her dancers was the same which, when she saw him, always looked like a window that has caught the sunset.
3 He was still kneeling when his eyes, on a level with the lower panel of the door, caught a faint ray beneath it.
4 Silence answered; but in a minute or two he caught a sound on the stairs and saw a line of light about the door-frame, as he had seen it the night before.
5 She seemed to melt against him in her terror, and he caught her in his arms, held her fast there, felt her lashes beat his cheek like netted butterflies.
6 She lingered a moment, caught in the same strong current; then she slipped from him and drew back a step or two, pale and troubled.
7 Slowly the rim of the rainy vapours caught fire and burnt away, and a pure moon swung into the blue.
8 Ethan's long strides grew more rapid with the accelerated beat of his thoughts, and as he reached the foot of School House Hill he caught sight of Hale's sleigh in the distance.
9 Here the snow was so pure that the tiny tracks of wood-animals had left on it intricate lace-like patterns, and the bluish cones caught in its surface stood out like ornaments of bronze.
10 Then he caught Mattie's hand and drew her after him toward the sled.
11 Scarlett O'Hara was not beautiful, but men seldom realized it when caught by her charm as the Tarleton twins were.
12 Gerald looked crestfallen and embarrassed, as always when caught in a kind deed, and Scarlett laughed outright at his transparency.
13 I only want-- She caught herself but not in time.
14 "Hum--hurrump," said Gerald, clearing his throat in embarrassment at being caught openly in an act of kindness.
15 Scarlett scowled, started to speak sharply and then caught herself.