1 They lent Gerald the money and, in the years that followed, the money came back to them with interest.
2 With her younger daughters, she had success, for Suellen was so anxious to be attractive she lent an attentive and obedient ear to her mother's teachings, and Carreen was shy and easily led.
3 The ever-present war in the background lent a pleasant informality to social relations, an informality which older people viewed with alarm.
4 In her top drawer was a handkerchief just like this, one that Rhett Butler had lent her only yesterday to wrap about the stems of wild flowers they had picked.
5 She was busy with needle and scissors, altering a mourning dress that Mrs. Elsing had lent to Mrs. Meade.
6 And Mrs. Tarleton so kindly lent me Nellie, so I am well mounted.
7 Her contemporaries, the young wives, mothers and widows, loved her because she had suffered what they had suffered, had not become embittered and always lent them a sympathetic ear.
8 You made it with the money I lent you to give you your start.
9 She knew, by now, that Rhett loved to take her down a peg, and would spoil her fun whenever he could, if she lent an attentive ear to his jibes.
10 Rhett lent an attentive ear to this remark, as he did to all Mammy's remarks about the proper raising of little girls.
11 He had come on her that morning in a moment of disarray; her face had been pale and altered, and the diminution of her beauty had lent her a poignant charm.
12 His own, at the moment, lent it a festive readiness of welcome that might well, in a disenchanted eye, have turned to paint and facility.
13 The quality of Mrs. Bry's hospitality, and of the tips her husband had presumably imparted, lent to the manner of the English ladies a general effusiveness which shed the rosiest light over their hostess's future.
14 The owners of his ship, it seems, had lent him one, in which to carry his heavy chest to his boarding house.
15 He lent these relics to Mr. Harling, who brought them home with him.