1 They turned in at the gate and passed under the shaded knoll where, enclosed in a low fence, the Frome grave-stones slanted at crazy angles through the snow.
2 "I suppose it was Ruth and Ned," she said in a low voice, as though he had suddenly touched on something grave.
3 Ethan let out his doubts in a low whistle and thrust the bottle back into his pocket.
4 The sky, swollen with the clouds that announce a thaw, hung as low as before a summer storm.
5 The sun was low across the new-plowed fields and the tall woods across the river were looming blackly in silhouette.
6 Mammy muttered darkly to herself as she waddled, taking care that her remarks were pitched too low to be understood but loud enough to register her unqualified disapproval.
7 The door of her parents' bedroom was slightly ajar and, before she could knock, Ellen's voice, low but stern, came to her ears.
8 It was not suitable for a barbecue, for it had only tiny puffed sleeves and the neck was low enough for a dancing dress.
9 And the civilization of which she was a part would have been unbelieving too, for at no time, before or since, had so low a premium been placed on feminine naturalness.
10 Somehow she found that she was sitting on the low velvet chair and Ashley, on the hassock at her feet, was holding both her hands in his, in a hard grip.
11 Her hand was behind her, still holding the knob, when Honey Wilkes' voice, low pitched, almost in a whisper, came to her through the crack of the opposite door leading into the bedroom.
12 Let the Yankees adopt such low callings.
13 Such handsome men, thought Scarlett, with a swell of pride in her heart, as the men called greetings, waved to friends, bent low over the hands of elderly ladies.
14 It wasn't fair that she must keep her voice low and her eyes cast modestly down, when men, attractive ones, too, came to their booth.
15 She swept him a low curtsy and a dazzling smile and he bowed, one hand on his frilled bosom.