1 He had been straining for a glimpse of the dark head under the cherry-coloured scarf and it vexed him that another eye should have been quicker than his.
2 A bright fire glowed in the stove and the cat lay stretched before it, watching the table with a drowsy eye.
3 He had scattered the contents of the table-drawer in his search for a sheet of paper, and as he took up his pen his eye fell on an old copy of the Bettsbridge Eagle.
4 The sorrel, turning the same big ringed eye on him, nuzzled the palm of his hand in the same way; and one by one all the days between rose up and stood before him.
5 He looked up and down the little pebbly beach till his eye lit on a fallen tree-trunk half submerged in snow.
6 She murmured: "I always say you've got the surest eye."
7 Scarlett knew these hurried preenings were being made with an eye toward meeting his wife with the appearance of a gentleman who had ridden sedately home from a call on a neighbor.
8 "There's only one who takes me eye," Gerald said finally.
9 "Miss Ellen Robillard," said Gerald, trying to speak casually, for the slightly tilting dark eyes of Ellen Robillard had taken more than his eye.
10 When her eye caught his, he smiled, showing animal-white teeth below a close-clipped black mustache.
11 To the outward eye, never had a girl less cause to be miserable.
12 At the same moment, Scarlett's eye was caught by a figure on the sidewalk in a brightly colored dress--too bright for street wear-- covered by a Paisley shawl with fringes to the heels.
13 She turned a sharp eye on the girls.
14 Yes, keep an eye on her, take care of her.
15 He smothered a grin, as from the corner of his eye he saw her bosom heave with silent wrath.