1 Instinct stronger than reason and knowledge born of experience told her that he loved her.
2 And there his book knowledge stopped.
3 He had no knowledge of the dawn-till-midnight activities of these women, chained to supervision of cooking, nursing, sewing and laundering.
4 This knowledge did not make Gerald feel inferior to his neighbors.
5 And mingled with her frenzied desire to be free of Charles and safely back at Tara, an unmarried girl again, ran the knowledge that she had only herself to blame.
6 Scarlett had wept with despair at the knowledge that she was pregnant and wished that she were dead.
7 As they progressed down the street, through the sucking mud, Scarlett bubbled over with questions and Peter answered them, pointing here and there with his whip, proud to display his knowledge.
8 It seemed such a terrible waste to spend all your little girlhood learning how to be attractive and how to catch men and then only use the knowledge for a year or two.
9 His knowledge of her secret gave him an advantage over her that was exasperating, so she would have to change that by putting him at a disadvantage somehow.
10 It was this knowledge that checked her tongue when he annoyed her.
11 There only fell on her an abysmal fear, a certain knowledge that God had turned His face from her for her sin.
12 Such knowledge sat ill upon a bachelor.
13 She would have to explain to her just why Mrs. Meade couldn't come and the knowledge that Phil Meade was badly wounded might upset her.
14 Cathleen Calvert, who came out of the house at the sound of voices, met Scarlett's eyes above her brother's head and in them Scarlett read knowledge and bitter despair.
15 But this knowledge did not keep them from laboring to save him.