1 There was frank contempt in Jeems' voice.
2 Scarlett recalled with contempt Melanie's thin childish figure, her serious heart-shaped face that was plain almost to homeliness.
3 He hated their cool courtesy to him and their contempt for his social status, so inadequately covered by their courtesy.
4 Scarlett, looking at him with the affectionate contempt that mothers feel for small swaggering sons, knew that he would be very drunk by sundown.
5 However, remembering her plan, Scarlett smothered her contempt and cast such a flashing smile of greeting at him that he stopped short, his arm outheld to Suellen and goggled at Scarlett in pleased bewilderment.
6 The red lips under the close-clipped black mustache curled down and there was a glint of amused contempt in his black eyes--contempt, as if he listened to the braggings of children.
7 There was contempt in his manner as in his eyes, contempt overlaid with an air of courtesy that somehow burlesqued their own manners.
8 Now he was gone and she was married to a man she not only did not love but for whom she had an active contempt.
9 It was almost as if he overdid his courtesy because his contempt for everybody present was so great.
10 It was as though he bore an impersonal contempt for everyone and everything in the South, the Confederacy in particular, and took no pains to conceal it.
11 She could be sorry for Melanie now, sorry with a faint contempt for her blindness, her stupidity.
12 "He's a gentleman," said Rhett, and Scarlett wondered how it was possible to convey such cynicism and contempt in that one honorable word.
13 With a thrill she looked up at the frail swaying girl for whom she had never had any feelings but of dislike and contempt.
14 "She really must care about him," thought Scarlett in contempt.
15 She'd have to put ruffles in her bosom to make them look larger and she had always had contempt for girls who resorted to such subterfuges.