1 As they progressed down the street, through the sucking mud, Scarlett bubbled over with questions and Peter answered them, pointing here and there with his whip, proud to display his knowledge.
2 She busied herself arranging the articles in the booth in more attractive display, while Scarlett sat and looked glumly around the room.
3 "I think you are a liar," said Melanie with a faint smile and the first sign of spirit Scarlett had ever seen her display with a man.
4 She did not want to display her condition in this poorly fitting black dress which accentuated rather than hid her figure.
5 She did not hesitate to display arrogance to her new Republican and Scallawag friends but to no class was she ruder or more insolent than the Yankee officers of the garrison and their families.
6 It was all very well for a man to love his child but she felt there was something unmanly in the display of such love.
7 Bonnie, who had watched from the window impatiently all afternoon, anxious to display a mangled collection of beetles and roaches to her father, had finally been put to bed by Lou, amid wails and protests.
8 Mere display left her with a sense of superior distinction; but she felt an affinity to all the subtler manifestations of wealth.
9 In the display window, black, overripe bananas and lettuce on which a cat was sleeping.
10 They went together, picking their way across muddy streets and sidewalks encumbered with the cheap display of small tradesmen.
11 There was at first a fierce and manifest display of joy, and then it was instantly subdued in a look of cunning coldness.
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12 It was understood, among all who came, that there must be as little display about it as possible.
13 The face of a youthful rider, who was jerking his frantic horse with an abandon of temper he might display in a placid barnyard, was impressed deeply upon his mind.
14 Since the youth's arrival as a guardian for his friend, the other wounded men had ceased to display much interest.
15 A knowledge of its faded and jaded condition made the charge appear like a paroxysm, a display of the strength that comes before a final feebleness.