1 And mingled with her frenzied desire to be free of Charles and safely back at Tara, an unmarried girl again, ran the knowledge that she had only herself to blame.
2 Seeing the profits slip from Hugh's fingers, Scarlett became frenzied at her impotence and his stupidity.
3 She was born in the middle of a week when frenzied excitement gripped Atlanta and the air was tense with expectation of disaster.
4 But she also learned that by comparison Gopher Prairie was a model of daring color, clever planning, and frenzied intellectuality.
5 And every hour his soul grew blacker, every hour he dreamed new dreams of vengeance, of defiance, of raging, frenzied hate.
6 Admitting that he might be wrong, a frenzied declamation of the kind would turn him into a worm.
7 There lay in the inflection of voice which accompanied these words something indescribably fierce and frenzied.
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8 A frenzied whirl enveloped them.
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9 Yes; I feel now that I was right when I adhered to principle and law, and scorned and crushed the insane promptings of a frenzied moment.
10 As it sank he became less and less frenzied; and just as it dipped he slid from the hands that held him, an inert mass, on the floor.
11 A quarter of an hour later I was rushing up and down the room in frenzied impatience, from minute to minute I went up to the screen and peeped through the crack at Liza.
12 Prissy clawed at her in a frenzy of fright and Scarlett, turning, saw that her eyes were rolling in her head.
13 Even in her frenzy she thought what the sight of bluecoats might do to Gerald's wavering mind.
14 Even in her frenzy, Scarlett wished she had Melanie with her, Melly with her quiet voice, Melly who was so brave the day she shot the Yankee.
15 In a moment I'll be crying, she thought in a frenzy of wonder and excitement.