1 This was difficult, for Scarlett had not a subtle bone in her body; and Gerald was so much like her he never failed to penetrate her weak subterfuges, even as she penetrated his.
2 It was like a mathematical formula and no more difficult, for mathematics was the one subject that had come easy to Scarlett in her schooldays.
3 She hoped everything would work out that way, because it would be more difficult otherwise.
4 She could see that Stuart was going to be difficult to handle today if she flirted with anyone else.
5 The men in the commissary were not very exciting, and the sight of Frank's timid courting annoyed her until she found it difficult to be polite to him.
6 She had very little interest in Wade and sometimes it was difficult to remember that he was actually hers.
7 They all waved and called to her as they went by and she tried to respond with a good grace, but it was difficult.
8 It is difficult for me to believe that you could so forget yourself and your rearing.
9 She did not realize that, with his encouragement, she had disregarded many of the sternest injunctions of her mother concerning the proprieties, forgotten the difficult lessons in being a lady.
10 She paused and thought it might be difficult to get the hat without some explanation.
11 So great was the shortage of paper in the Confederacy now that Gerald's note was written between the lines of her last letter to him and reading it was difficult.
12 It was going to be difficult, telling Melanie that she and Prissy were to deliver her baby.
13 Old ladies were so difficult, Young Miss whispered to Sally as they went back to their sewing.
14 She had seen fires in cotton before and she knew how difficult they were to put out, even with many men laboring at it.
15 "Mr. Hilton has been so kind about staying with us through these difficult times," said Mrs. Calvert nervously, casting quick glances at her silent stepdaughter.