1 "You're letting your supper get cold," she admonished him with a pale gleam of gaiety.
2 Mammy had her own method of letting her owners know exactly where she stood on all matters.
3 Then she would make him happy again by letting him discover that, popular though she was, she preferred him above any other man in all the world.
4 He soon found that domestic peace had its price, and that price was letting Scarlett have her own way, no matter what she might wish to do.
5 Now the Yankees are talking about letting the darkies vote.
6 I wouldn't trust them any farther than I could see them and as for letting them handle my babies.
7 Others would say you were letting down bars that ought never be lowered one inch.
8 There's plenty of folks hereabouts who'll have something to say about you letting Sue marry a Cracker--for all that everybody likes Will.
9 "It's the amendment letting the darkies vote, you know," he explained.
10 Archie thought, and frequently said, that Grandpa was an old bag of wind and Archie had no intention of letting him insult Miss Melanie's husband, even if Miss Melanie's husband was talking like a fool.
11 Even the immediate one of letting Trenor, as they drove homeward, lean a little nearer and rest his hand reassuringly on hers, cost her only a momentary shiver of reluctance.
12 She smiled as she spoke, letting her eyes rest on his in a way that took the edge from her banter and made him suddenly malleable to her will.
13 Lily, who considered herself above narrow prejudices, had not imagined that the fact of letting Gus Trenor make a little money for her would ever disturb her self-complacency.
14 He drew unexpectedly aside, letting her reach the threshold unimpeded.
15 Lily sat silent, taking the brunt of it quietly, letting it spend itself on her to the last drop of its accumulated falseness; then, without a word, she rose and went down to her cabin.