1 He remembered afterward, with a grim flash of self-derision, what importance he had attached to the weighing of these probabilities.
2 His tall brothers were a grim, quiet lot, in whom the family tradition of past glories, lost forever, rankled in unspoken hate and crackled out in bitter humor.
3 These refugees cried out to see Pennsylvania one solid sheet of flame, and even the gentlest of old ladies wore expressions of grim pleasure.
4 The habit of command sat upon him now, a quiet air of self-reliance and authority, and grim lines were beginning to emerge about his mouth.
5 True, grim determination had taken the place of high-hearted hopes, but people could still find a silver lining in the cloud.
6 He looked as if he had not a care in the world and that in itself was startling these days, when other men wore such worried, preoccupied, grim looks.
7 There was a glow of grim pride in her usually gentle face, approbation and a fierce joy in her smile that equaled the fiery tumult in Scarlett's own bosom.
8 Scarlett nodded, a grim pleasure and pride in her adopted town filling her.
9 But when he thought of Mammy and the look of grim determination she wore as she cut into the velvet curtains, he was cheered a little.
10 The rights of Suellen and Frank Kennedy did not even enter her mind, save to cause a grim inward chuckle.
11 Only this was no diversion but a grim business.
12 And to that grim and close-knit community it was as if she had tried to betray the honor of them all.
13 There was a grim, knowing smile on her face.
14 There was that about his grim one-eyed face which discouraged curiosity.
15 He looked like a man secretly gnawed by a scarcely endurable pain and there was a grim tight look about his mouth that baffled and hurt her.