1 Scarlett heard Mammy's lumbering tread shaking the floor of the hall and she hastily untucked her foot and tried to rearrange her face in more placid lines.
2 But when a squad of bearded men came lumbering down the steps, laden with an assortment of stolen articles and she saw Charles' sword in the hands of one, she did cry out.
3 "You tend to your end of selling and let me tend to my end of lumbering," he said shortly.
4 But Mammy was showing her age and rheumatism was slowing her lumbering tread.
5 The room was filled with a lumbering double bed and a cheap pine bureau.
6 Here, Bruno, he called, whistling to the lumbering Newfoundland, who came pitching tumultuously toward them.
7 Adolph tripped gracefully forward, and Tom, with lumbering tread, went after.
8 And he moved off at his lumbering trot and made for the quarry.
9 The old smoke-stained storehouses on either side, rose heavy and dull from the dense mass of roofs and gables, and frowned sternly upon water too black to reflect even their lumbering shapes.
10 I feel like a novice lumbering through a bog in a mist, jumping from one tussock to another in the mere blind effort to move on without knowing where I am going.
11 Only one thing weighed on him, and that was his having told Zeena that he was to receive cash for the lumber.
12 This plan had the advantage of enabling him to send Jotham to the Flats after dinner to meet Zenobia, while he himself took the lumber down to the village.
13 A mill to cut up lumber and plane it.
14 And anyone who owns a sawmill owns a gold mine, for nowadays you can ask your own price for lumber.
15 They can t get enough lumber and they can't get it fast enough.