1 There's nobody in the County sits a horse better than Ashley," said Scarlett, furious at the slur of effeminacy flung on Ashley, "nobody except maybe his father.
2 Conversation was dying out when, in the lull, everyone in the grove heard Gerald's voice raised in furious accents.
3 "It's a fine way you've acted, Pa," she began in a furious whisper.
4 Scarlett was furious with embarrassment and indignation.
5 She only felt a furious surge of indignation that he should think her such a fool.
6 It simply made everybody furious that an old speculator who always said nasty things about the Confederacy should have so much money when we were all so poor.
7 Scarlett rose from his shoulder, furious as a rattler ready to strike.
8 Scarlett raged at both Frank and Mammy, then was reduced to begging and finally cried all one morning like a furious thwarted child.
9 Scarlett was in a furious temper and did not scruple to expend it on Hugh, for she had just received an order for a large amount of lumber--a rush order at that.
10 The stout refusal had been like a slap in the face of the furious North and retaliation had come swiftly.
11 Mrs. Merriwether, torn with indignation and insult, furious that she had to take this favor from a man she disliked and distrusted, was hardly gracious in her thanks.
12 Scarlett swung on him, furious words on her lips.
13 She was furious at the contemptuousness of his exit.
14 The car was a monster at rest after furious adventures.
15 Beyond the turrets of the outer wall the jungle glared and shrieked, and the sun was furious above drenched orchids.