1 I'll--I'll help you explain how you did it for the hospital.
2 And, my dear, I would not have alarmed you by saying these things, were it not that I had to explain why I ask you to look after Melanie.
3 Go to Mrs. Elsing's, and explain everything very carefully and tell her to please come up here.
4 She would have to explain to her just why Mrs. Meade couldn't come and the knowledge that Phil Meade was badly wounded might upset her.
5 Prissy went off at a trot, the letter gripped in her hand, and Scarlett went back upstairs, trying to think of some plausible lie to explain Mrs. Elsing's failure to appear.
6 Then he had thought it all beyond her mental grasp and it had been pleasant to explain things to her.
7 She never wrote him and naturally he could not write her and explain.
8 Frank went on to explain in his patient manner, but the idea that ballots could cure the trouble was too complicated for her to follow.
9 You have eternity in which to explain and only one night to be a martyr in the amphitheater.
10 "If you were not so drunk and insulting, I would explain everything," said Scarlett, recovering some dignity.
11 But at her first tumbled-out words: "Melly, I must explain about the other day--" Melanie had imperiously stopped her.
12 If you can manage to listen to me for a few minutes without interrupting, I can explain what I mean.
13 She broke off, laughing, to explain that she had come up to town from Tuxedo, on her way to the Gus Trenors' at Bellomont, and had missed the three-fifteen train to Rhinebeck.
14 He found Gerty as he had left her, simple, undemanding and devoted, but with a quickened intelligence of the heart which he recognized without seeking to explain it.
15 But it was too much trouble to explain to Kennicott's kindly stubbornness that she was a practical housekeeper as well as a flighty playmate.