1 Between the hounds and the horses and the twins there was a kinship deeper than that of their constant companionship.
2 But, somehow, the cotton always failed, and the garden, due to Mrs. Slattery's constant childbearing, seldom furnished enough to feed her flock.
3 Ellen, by soft-voiced admonition, and Mammy, by constant carping, labored to inculcate in her the qualities that would make her truly desirable as a wife.
4 To all these arguments, Scarlett smiled but said nothing, unwilling to commit herself before learning how she would like Atlanta and constant association with her in-laws.
5 Scarlett was as anxious as her mother to have Wade out of Atlanta, not only for the child's safety, but because his constant fear irritated her.
6 They swarmed on Melanie despite the fan Scarlett kept in constant motion.
7 Anything was better than the constant danger of raids from both armies.
8 Hunger and hard labor, fear and constant strain, the terrors of war and the terrors of Reconstruction had taken away all warmth and youth and softness.
9 Her conduct was a constant embarrassment to him but he reckoned he could endure it for a while longer.
10 They didn't like them, didn't trust them, didn't understand them, and yet their constant cry was that Southerners didn't know how to get along with them.
11 War and constant pain and hard work had been powerless against their sweet tranquillity.
12 Now Dilcey occupied one, and the other two were in constant use by a stream of miserable and ragged transients.
13 She knew he was avoiding her, knew that her constant presence in his house, at Melanie's inescapable invitations, was a torment to him.
14 I'm too old to shoulder the burden of constant lies that go with living in polite disillusionment.
15 Though the town seemed to Carol to change no more than the surrounding fields, there was a constant shifting, these three years.