1 It would be interesting to know who was the father of Emmie Slattery's baby, but Scarlett knew she would never learn the truth of the matter if she waited to hear it from her mother.
2 "Ah-ah-hum," said Gerald, suddenly and guiltily aware that the conversation, a most interesting and entirely proper one to him, would seem quite otherwise to Ellen.
3 All of the interesting young men were gone-- the four Tarletons, the two Calverts, the Fontaines, the Munroes and everyone from Jonesboro, Fayetteville and Lovejoy who was young and attractive.
4 Even if the commissary troop had been more interesting, it would not have helped her situation any.
5 Atlanta was more interesting than Savannah or Charleston or Tara and it offered so many strange war-time occupations she had little time to think or mope.
6 This was familiar ground and far more interesting than military operations.
7 Surely someone will turn up to accept your interesting proposition.
8 "Oh, yes, I do in a way," he said removing the straw and surveying it as if it were highly interesting.
9 You were a good risk, my dear, an interesting risk.
10 But as you and Frank have made a little money, I know you'll never be driven to me again with any interesting propositions of loans and collaterals.
11 But now the hint of this weakness had become the most interesting thing about her.
12 The first part of her companion's discourse had started an interesting train of thought, which was rudely interrupted by the mention of Mr. Rosedale's name.
13 I hear she is interesting herself now in that silly Silverton boy, who has had his head turned by Carry Fisher, and has been gambling so dreadfully.
14 Now that she was on a level with them, the point of view was less interesting.
15 Self-pity because he did not divine that this was a surprise party rendered her sad and interesting to herself, and she had the pleasure of the martyrs in saying bravely to him, "It's nothing special."