1 Her glance fell on his hand, which now completely covered the end of her work and grasped it as if it were a part of herself.
2 He gave no thought to his conversation of the day before with Scarlett, for it had completely slipped his mind.
3 Ellen ignored these matters completely.
4 "Maybe there won't be any war," Mrs. Tarleton temporized, her mind diverted completely from the Wilkeses' odd marriage habits.
5 The dim room with towering walls completely filled with dark books depressed her.
6 In the center of the hall the huge ugly lamp, hanging from the ceiling by rusty chains, was completely transformed by twining ivy and wild grapevines that were already withering from the heat.
7 Dr. Meade had begun to smile again, ignoring completely the indignant whispers that came from the Ladies' Hospital Committee in the corner.
8 She was helpless before his calm smile and his drawling remarks, for she had never before met anyone who was so completely impregnable.
9 And lots of times, after one kiss they fell completely in love with a girl and made most entertaining spectacles of themselves, provided the girl was clever and withheld her kisses after the first one.
10 Last week my old boots wore completely out, and I would have come home with sacks tied on my feet if we hadn't had the good luck to shoot two Yankee scouts.
11 He talked at length, laughed frequently and dominated the conversation more completely than she had ever seen him do before, but he seemed to say very little.
12 These great earth-works were connected with rifle pits and they ran, mile after mile, completely encircling the city.
13 Aunt Pitty completely forgot that the sight of blood always made her faint and she worked until her little feet in their too small shoes swelled and would no longer support her.
14 It wasn't possible that the quiet tenor of life could have changed so completely in so short a time.
15 It was incredible that she could be so completely alone, and frightened, and far from home.