1 White flour was scarce and so expensive that corn bread was universal instead of biscuits, rolls and waffles.
2 Never, never any expensive gift, even from your fiance.
3 But Rhett, you mustn't bring me anything else so expensive.
4 It was a beautiful piece of material, thick and warm and with a dull sheen to it, undoubtedly blockade goods and undoubtedly very expensive.
5 Borrowed money probably or else the whole Elsing clan had contributed to give Fanny this expensive wedding.
6 The Elsings certainly could if they could give Fanny a new satin dress and an expensive wedding.
7 She loved gaudy and expensive jewelry but she had an uneasy feeling that everyone was saying, with perfect truth, that this ring was vulgar.
8 She knew she could not afford it, and she was afraid of acquiring so expensive a taste.
9 They would have a front pew in the most expensive church in New York, and his name would figure handsomely in the list of parish charities.
10 They were always black and tightly fitting, with an expensive glitter: she was the kind of woman who wore jet at breakfast.
11 Her gesture seemed to show a definite intention of dismissal, but her companion had tossed a bill to the waiter, and was slipping his short arms into his expensive overcoat.
12 She wore her expensive green frock, with its passementeried bosom, bead tassels, and gaps between the buttons down the back, as though she had bought it second-hand and was afraid of meeting the former owner.
13 Her expensive frock of beaver-colored satin with rows, plasters, and pendants of solemn brown beads was intended for a woman twice her size.
14 It was dirty and noisy and breathless and ghastly expensive.
15 The Jolly Seventeen looked disappointed, but the Jolly Seventeen liked to give advice, the Jolly Seventeen liked to mention the expensive hotels at which they had stayed.