1 They were a kindly people, courteous, generous, filled with abounding good nature, but sturdy, virile, easy to anger.
2 Only the young men retained the restless energy which had filled the whole throng a short while before.
3 The dim room with towering walls completely filled with dark books depressed her.
4 The hospitals were filled with dirty, bewhiskered, verminous men who smelled terribly and bore on their bodies wounds hideous enough to turn a Christian's stomach.
5 Blockaders were commissioned to bring in necessities but now it was the higher-priced luxuries that filled their boats to the exclusion of the things the Confederacy vitally needed.
6 Atlanta had watched while train after train rolled through the town, hour after hour, passenger coaches, box cars, flat cars, filled with shouting men.
7 His voice was still soft and filled with specious humility.
8 Scarlett, though filled with the universal Southern desire to believe only the pleasantest and most reassuring things about the progress of the fighting, felt cold as she watched the motley ranks go by.
9 When at last she fainted, there was no place to lay her except on the kitchen table, as every bed, chair and sofa in the house was filled with wounded.
10 The street was crowded with army wagons and ambulances filled with wounded and carriages piled high with valises and pieces of furniture.
11 She filled her skirt with the best of them and came back across the soft earth, collecting small pebbles in her slippers.
12 They filled all the rooms except the sick room.
13 The back kick of the pistol made her reel, as the roar of the explosion filled her ears and the acrid smoke stung her nostrils.
14 Not even Ashley could have filled the empty spaces in her heart where Tara had been uprooted.
15 The wives and families of the Yankee garrison, filled with curiosity about the South after four years of war, came to swell the population.