1 "If there's going to be any trouble I want to be there," was his vague reflection, as he threw to Jotham the unexpected order to unhitch the team and lead them back to the barn.
2 She began to cry, and he felt as if every one of her tears were pouring over him like burning lead.
3 It was long past the dinner-hour when the job was done, and Ethan had to give up going to the village because he wanted to lead the injured horse home and wash the cut himself.
4 The way to get a man interested and to hold his interest was to talk about him, and then gradually lead the conversation around to yourself-- and keep it there.
5 I know the gentle rivalry to lead the reels very well and so-- The doctor mopped his brow and cast a quizzical glance at the corner, where his wife sat among the chaperons.
6 Gentlemen, if you wish to lead a reel with the lady of your choice, you must bargain for her.
7 If only she were Scarlett O'Hara again, out there on the floor in an apple-green dress with dark-green velvet ribbons dangling from her bosom and tuberoses in her black hair--she'd lead that reel.
8 She was going to lead the reel.
9 She would lead him a chase that would make up for even that awful humiliation of the day he witnessed her slapping Ashley.
10 Defeat lay on her spirit like lead.
11 These youngsters, following the lead of Rhett Butler, went hand in hand with the Carpetbaggers in money-making schemes of unsavory kinds.
12 She did not want to tell, this was not the way she had intended to lead up to the subject of her love but his hand was urgent.
13 That's not my way, and I can only say I'm thoroughly ashamed of myself for following the other women's lead.
14 As he spoke, he was checked by an embarrassing sense of the complications to which this might lead.
15 He kept the loading-tools he had used as a boy: a capper for shot-gun shells, a mold for lead bullets.