1 But only from life could Ellen's face have acquired its look of pride that had no haughtiness, its graciousness, its melancholy and its utter lack of humor.
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 But Gerald had known poverty, and he could never learn to lose money with good humor or good grace.
4 "That's all you know," said Scarlett, putting out her tongue and refusing to lose her good humor.
5 There was a cool recklessness in his face and a cynical humor in his mouth as he smiled at her, and Scarlett caught her breath.
6 War romances, war weddings, deaths in hospitals and on the field, incidents of camp and battle and march, gallantry, cowardice, humor, sadness, deprivation and hope.
7 His voice was soft but there was a vibrant note in it, and looking up into his dark face she saw in it none of the skepticism, the jeering humor she knew so well.
8 Women were such funny little creatures and it never hurt to humor their small whims.
9 "Don't be impudent," said Scarlett coldly, for she saw little humor in Tommy's remark.
10 She was relieved to see his mood pass and good humor apparently return, so she smiled too.
11 But she did not possess his sense of humor which tempered his malice, nor his smile that jeered at himself even while he was jeering others.
12 She would not humor her by leaving a lamp burning in the nursery, for then Wade and Ella would be unable to sleep.
13 She gets this way because you humor her.
14 He was bitter now, where he had been pleasantly jeering, brutal where his thrusts had once been tempered with humor.
15 I'm sure we can all see that you have a perfectly corking sense of humor.