1 The boys looked uncomfortable, recalling their mother's conduct three months ago when they had come home, by request, from the University of Virginia.
2 Mammy was black, but her code of conduct and her sense of pride were as high as or higher than those of her owners.
3 Toby, who had handled Gerald's horses for twenty years, pushed out his lips in mute indignation at being told how to conduct his own business.
4 This was the answer to Ashley's reticence, to his strange conduct.
5 They telegraphed their disapproval of Scarlett's conduct to Hetty Tarleton by delicately raised eyebrows.
6 "I'm as bad as Honey Wilkes," she thought suddenly, and remembered how everyone, and she more than anyone else, had laughed contemptuously at Honey's forward conduct.
7 The conduct of a widow must be twice as circumspect as that of a matron.
8 Scarlett, who had hoped for a freer rein when she escaped Mammy's supervision, discovered to her sorrow that Uncle Peter's standards of ladylike conduct, especially for Mist Charles' widow, were even stricter than Mammy's.
9 Melly sold useless stuff to men who could have no possible use for it as quietly and serenely as a shopkeeper, and Scarlett patterned her conduct on Melly's.
10 A cold qualm of guilt assailed Scarlett at the thought of Ellen's consternation, should she ever learn of her daughter's scandalous conduct.
11 "I was greatly disturbed to hear of your recent conduct," ran Ellen's letter and Scarlett, who was reading it at the table, scowled.
12 Poor Pittypat had been quaking in her number-three shoes for fear of being blamed for Scarlett's forward conduct and would be the last to notify Ellen of her own inadequate chaperonage.
13 I hope and pray it was only youth and thoughtlessness that prompted such forward conduct.
14 He couldn't be when he's been mentioned in dispatches and when Colonel Sloan wrote that letter to Melly all about his gallant conduct in leading the charge.
15 She thanked God that everyone, Melly and Pitty included, had been too engrossed in her own worries that morning to notice her conduct.