1 "Oh, it'll be clear tomorrow and hot as June," said Stuart.
2 True, he never made love to her, nor did the clear gray eyes ever glow with that hot light Scarlett knew so well in other men.
3 It was in a saloon in Savannah, on a hot night in spring, when the chance conversation of a stranger sitting near by made Gerald prick up his ears.
4 "Try a hot cake," said Mammy inexorably.
5 Let's don't be too hot headed and let's don't have any war.
6 Even while she felt the hot blood of wrath still in her cheeks, something in Scarlett's practical mind prompted the thought that what this man said was right, and it sounded like common sense.
7 A hot swift current was running through her.
8 Vanity was stronger than love at sixteen and there was no room in her hot heart now for anything but hate.
9 That meant four mornings a week in the sweltering, stinking hospital with her hair tied up in a towel and a hot apron covering her from neck to feet.
10 She turned and tossed on the hot pillow until a noise far up the quiet street reached her ears.
11 Then she could have scorched him with hot words.
12 It was his remarks about the Confederacy that made Atlanta look at him first in bewilderment, then coolly and then with hot rage.
13 "That I was talking to that--to Miss--Mrs. --" Melanie fanned her hot face with her handkerchief.
14 Atlanta was wild with excitement, pleasure and a hot thirst for vengeance.
15 Her nerves taut with suspense, she turned on him as swiftly as an angry cat, hot words bubbling to her lips, but he stopped them with a gesture.