1 It was high tide of devotion and pride in their hearts, high tide of the Confederacy, for final victory was at hand.
2 And with every day that passed, she became more sure in her own mind of his devotion, more certain he would arrange matters satisfactorily when the Yankees were finally beaten.
3 Nothing but my devotion to you would make me, at this stage of my career, turn horse thief--and thief of such a horse.
4 Everyone knew his dumb devotion to her.
5 She did not realize the importance he attached to Bonnie's foolishness nor the completeness of his devotion to the child until one dreadful night.
6 Pitty called on her and wept and protested her love and devotion, but Melanie always refused to discuss matters and never returned the calls.
7 She was disappointed by his devotion to making money, but she was sure that he did not lie to patients, and that he did keep up with the medical magazines.
8 Hunting was equally a devotion, full of metaphysical concepts veiled from Carol.
9 After that she loved him with all the devotion and instinct at which she had scoffed.
10 She hated herself and the town's indifferent cruelty when she saw Bea's radiant devotion to both babies alike; when she saw Miles staring at them wistfully.
11 When she came home, after supper with the Kennicotts and Guy Pollock, she had a sudden and rather pleasant backsliding from devotion.
12 She had, on the train, worked herself up to such devotion that she was willing to give up her own room, to try to share all of her life with Kennicott.
13 I wanted to cross the footlights and help the slim-waisted Armand in the frilled shirt to convince her that there was still loyalty and devotion in the world.
14 They seemed never before to have weighed much against the abundance of her husband's kindness and a uniform devotion which had come to be tacit and self-understood.
15 He pleased her; his absolute devotion flattered her.