1 The cat had jumped from Zeena's chair to dart at a mouse in the wainscot, and as a result of the sudden movement the empty chair had set up a spectral rocking.
2 But suddenly his wife's face, with twisted monstrous lineaments, thrust itself between him and his goal, and he made an instinctive movement to brush it aside.
3 She sat huddled in an arm-chair near the stove, and when I came in she turned her head quickly toward me, without the least corresponding movement of her body.
4 As if every movement was agony, Gerald removed his wallet from his coat and opened it.
5 There was a movement on the outskirts of the crowd and those on foot gave way as Rhett Butler carefully edged his horse toward Aunt Pitty's carriage.
6 Along the entire route of several hundred miles, the tracks had been cleared and all the available rolling stock in the Southeast had been assembled for the movement.
7 His coat and trousers were actually of the same material and they fitted him, instead of hanging in folds or being almost too tight for movement.
8 His soft brown eyes followed her every movement, large, round as dollars, a childish bewilderment in them as though her own scarce-hidden fears had been communicated to him.
9 Muscles she did not know she possessed ached from her unaccustomed exertions of the night before and every movement brought sharp pain.
10 She gripped the reins tighter with hands that were blistered and slapped them fiercely on the horse's back, her aching arms burning at the movement.
11 Stiffly, Scarlett climbed down from the seat, each movement of agony of aching muscles.
12 The next morning Scarlett's body was so stiff and sore from the long miles of walking and jolting in the wagon that every movement was agony.
13 Soon Atlanta became accustomed to seeing Scarlett and her bodyguard and, from being accustomed, the ladies grew to envy her her freedom of movement.
14 With a sudden swift movement the man's hand was on the horse's bridle.
15 She lunged for him, swift as a cat, but with a light startled movement, he sidestepped, throwing up his arm to ward her off.