1 Her waist is as big as a cow's.
2 His hip bones stood out like an old cow's, his ribs showed like a washboard and his back was a mass of sores.
3 "It's only a cow," said Scarlett, her voice rough with fright.
4 Yelping, Prissy raised her head and peering over the side of the wagon saw it was, indeed, a cow, a red and white animal which stood looking at them appealingly with large frightened eyes.
5 Prissy rolled her eyes wildly, peeping first at the set face of her mistress and then at the cow which bawled plaintively.
6 Scarlett had always feared them, even the mildest cow seemed sinister to her, but this was no time to truckle to small fears when great ones crowded so thick upon her.
7 Fortunately the cow was gentle.
8 Finally he started slowly, the wagon creaking and the cow lowing mournfully at every step.
9 But she had the cow and she might as well keep her.
10 I brought home a horse and a cow and the cow needs milking, badly, and unharness the horse and water him.
11 Tell her she's got to fix the cow up somehow.
12 The cow and the calf had made no sound for hours.
13 "The cow and the calf," she said quickly.
14 She was alarmed, too, for the cow and the horse and wished they were hidden in the swamp, instead of tied in the woods at the bottom of the pasture.
15 The cow had to be milked and pastured near the swamp and someone had to watch her all day for fear the Yankees or Frank Kennedy's men would return and take her.