1 Scarlett, though filled with the universal Southern desire to believe only the pleasantest and most reassuring things about the progress of the fighting, felt cold as she watched the motley ranks go by.
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2 The set with which she was now moving was a motley crew.
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3 The room was soon filled with a motley assemblage, from the old gray-headed patriarch of eighty, to the young girl and lad of fifteen.
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4 Through all this motley assemblage, threading her way with the skill of an accomplished rider, there galloped Lucy Ferrier, her fair face flushed with the exercise and her long chestnut hair floating out behind her.
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5 It was to the leaders of this motley army that the letter of the Templar was now delivered.
6 It is true, I gave a little ground at first, for a motley jacket does not brook lance-heads, as a steel doublet will.
7 There he was before me, in motley, as though he had absconded from a troupe of mimes, enthusiastic, fabulous.
8 Nothing could be more bizarre and at the same time more motley than this troop.
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9 A motley ring of boys and matrons girdle the walls.