1 "You were as pretty as a picture in that pink hat," he said.
2 Her hat had slipped back and he was stroking her hair.
3 Her hat had fallen into the snow and his lips were in her hair.
4 Jonas Wilkerson, hat in hand, stood beside her, his sallow tight-skinned face hardly concealing the fury of hate that possessed him at being so unceremoniously turned out of the best overseer's job in the County.
5 "That's a fine woman," said Gerald, putting on his hat and taking his place beside his own carriage.
6 Her gray organdie dress, with its cherry-colored satin sash, disguised with its billows and ruffles how childishly undeveloped her body was, and the yellow hat with long cherry streamers made her creamy skin glow.
7 But you, my dear Miss O'Hara, are a girl of rare spirit, very admirable spirit, and I take off my hat to you.
8 His hat was gone, his crisp long hair was tumbled in a white mane, his cravat was under one ear, and there were liquor stains down his shirt bosom.
9 He walked out into the dim hall and picked up the hat he had dropped on the doorsill.
10 Rhett, standing in the hall, his hat in his hand, heard as he was intended to hear and, turning, surveyed the room for a moment.
11 Just at this moment, nothing mattered to her except that she looked utterly charming in the first pretty hat she had put on her head in two years.
12 In a moment the hat was back in its box.
13 He came slowly into the house and, laying down his hat and bag, kissed both the girls silently.
14 But she wanted to give him something more personal, something a wife could give a husband, a shirt, a pair of gauntlets, a hat.
15 She paused and thought it might be difficult to get the hat without some explanation.