1 Mattie came forward, unwinding her wraps, the colour of the cherry scarf in her fresh lips and cheeks.
2 She set the lamp on the table, and he saw that it was carefully laid for supper, with fresh doughnuts, stewed blueberries and his favourite pickles in a dish of gay red glass.
3 The warm damp balminess of spring encompassed her sweetly with the moist smells of new-plowed earth and all the fresh green things pushing up to the air.
4 "Oh," cried Scarlett, fresh pain striking her as Gerald's words brought home the terrible inevitability of the truth.
5 As the smell of crisp fresh pork came to her, Scarlett wrinkled her nose appreciatively, hoping that by the time it was cooked she would feel some appetite.
6 There were fresh roses in her sash that matched her cheeks, and her cornflower-blue eyes were dancing with excitement.
7 He had never once crossed the borders of friendliness with her and, when she thought of this fresh anger rose, the anger of hurt pride and feminine vanity.
8 The sight of so much hurrying made Scarlett, fresh from rural leisure and quiet, almost breathless, but she liked it.
9 The side window of the newspaper office opened and a hand was extended, bearing a sheaf of long narrow galley proofs, smeared with fresh ink and thick with names closely printed.
10 The generals in the field were crying out for fresh troops, and there were fewer and fewer fresh troops to be had.
11 He needed ten thousand more fresh troops.
12 She did not care for the eager competition furnished by the sixteen-year-olds whose fresh cheeks and bright smiles made one forget their twice-turned frocks and patched shoes.
13 The Confederates could expect no more reinforcements, whereas the railroad, which the Yankees now held from Tennessee south to the battle line, brought Sherman fresh troops and supplies daily.
14 With the loss of the supposedly unconquerable position, a fresh wave of terror swept the town.
15 Sherman was circling the town like a wrestler seeking a fresh hold on an opponent's body, and Hood did not remain behind his rifle pits waiting for the Yankees to attack.