1 Zeena waited a moment, as if giving him time to feel the full force of the contrast between his own excitement and her composure.
2 "Well, may I be damned if I'll have me own daughter telling me what I shall jump and not jump," he shouted, giving her cheek another pinch.
3 John Wilkes was for almost giving them away, but never will I have it said that Gerald O'Hara used friendship in a trade.
4 You know mighty well you're going to end up giving them your darlings anyhow.
5 India was nowhere to be seen, but Scarlett knew she probably was in the kitchen giving final instructions to the servants.
6 It was when Uncle Henry was giving her an account of her property that he broached the matter of her permanent residence in Atlanta.
7 They were all beautiful with the blinding beauty that transfigures even the plainest woman when she is utterly protected and utterly loved and is giving back that love a thousandfold.
8 It was embarrassing to be the only person present who was giving nothing.
9 "If you hadn't been brave enough to do it, I would never have been either," said Melly, putting her arm about Scarlett's waist and giving her a gentle squeeze.
10 She began asking questions so brusquely and giving orders so decisively Pork's eyebrows went up in mystification.
11 "Send over Pork with a wagon and you shall have half of what we've got, rice, meal, ham, some chickens," said Old Miss, giving Scarlett a sudden keen look.
12 The pretty roundness left her face, throwing her cheek bones into prominence, emphasizing her slanting green eyes and giving her the look of a prowling, hungry cat.
13 The folks are starving and the railroads are torn up and there aren't any new rifles and the ammunition is giving out and there's no leather at all for shoes.
14 They had all made her welcome at Mimosa and had insisted on giving, not selling, her the seed corn.
15 "Scoot up to the attic and get my box of dress patterns, Mammy," she cried, giving her a slight shove.