1 He crept back heavily to the sofa, stretching himself out with limbs so leaden that he felt as if they would never move again.
2 Melanie patted her shoulder and Pittypat tiptoed heavily about the room pulling down the shades.
3 So the matter of Ashley's letters did not lie very heavily on her conscience.
4 In that section, the Confederate sympathizers were in the minority and the hand of war fell heavily upon them, as it did on all the border states, neighbor informing against neighbor and brother killing brother.
5 But in these exciting days her widowhood and her motherhood weighed less heavily upon her than ever before.
6 She noted how the leaves on the trees were still dark green but dry and heavily coated with red dust, and how withered and sad the untended flowers in the front yard looked.
7 The pockets of his coat sagged heavily with ammunition.
8 But the horse was alive--breathing heavily, sick eyes half closed, but alive.
9 His stubbly chin sank heavily in loose folds of flesh on his chest.
10 But the fading hopes of the Confederacy weighed less heavily on Scarlett than his remark about the scarcity of food.
11 She looked down the street toward the firehouse and saw that the wide arched doors were closed and heavily barred and two sentries passed and repassed on each side of the building.
12 Georgia was heavily garrisoned with troops and Atlanta had more than its share.
13 Moreover the lie she had told Frank had never weighed heavily upon her conscience.
14 She held out for him a massive gold watch, heavily embossed, from which dangled a chain with many fobs and seals.
15 They drank heavily at Scarlett's parties, far too heavily, and usually after a reception there were one or more unexpected guests who stayed the night.