1 Gerald's face had brightened as if by magic at her entrance.
2 She had carefully avoided the back entrance, for Mammy's sharp eyes would certainly have seen that something was greatly amiss.
3 But Scarlett, watching the pallbearers' difficulty in getting the coffin through the narrow entrance into the burying ground, had no thought of trouble to come after the funeral.
4 We went in through a private back entrance that opens on the railroad tracks.
5 Once her sudden entrance abruptly terminated a conversation about what had happened to the members of Quantrill's band of guerillas, and she caught the names of Frank and Jesse James.
6 Only the entrance of Melanie stopped one of those swift hot quarrels which seemed to spring up so easily between them these days.
7 The room was full of women and girls, all too much engaged in the rapid absorption of tea and pie to remark her entrance.
8 She hid her eyes with a shudder, beholding herself at the entrance of that ever-narrowing perspective down which she had seen Miss Silverton's dowdy figure take its despondent way.
9 But at the entrance of Guy Pollock she discovered a personality.
10 It was the entrance to a Chippewa Indian reservation, a sandy settlement among Norway pines on the shore of a huge snow-glaring lake.
11 Even before the entrance of the coffee and hot rolls Carol seized on Mrs. Champ Perry, the kind and ample-bosomed pioneer woman who gave historic dignity to the modern matrons of the Thanatopsis.
12 The door did not once open after the awkward entrance of the first guests.
13 He sat up at the entrance of Mrs. Dave Dyer.
14 This savage was the only person present who seemed to notice my entrance; because he was the only one who could not read, and, therefore, was not reading those frigid inscriptions on the wall.
15 The cabin entrance was locked within; the hatches were all on, and lumbered with coils of rigging.