1 In a neighborhood where everyone said exactly what he thought as soon as he thought it, Ashley's quality of reserve was exasperating.
2 The Meades and McLures proudly read these letters all over the neighborhood, and Scarlett had frequently felt a secret shame that Melanie had no such letters from Ashley to read aloud at sewing circles.
3 She was seldom seen on Peachtree Street or in any nice neighborhood, but when she did appear respectable women made haste to cross the street to remove themselves from her vicinity.
4 Nobody knows where they are but they're in that neighborhood.
5 Even if the Yankees had burned the town completely, she would certainly find someone in the neighborhood who could tell her where to get food.
6 We were in this neighborhood in September, said one of the men, turning something in his hand.
7 The military authorities had heard that Tony had been advised to go to Miss Pitty's house, and they were certain he was still hiding there or somewhere m the neighborhood.
8 Everyone knew his affections lay with Carreen, so the news that he was to marry the neighborhood pariah instead sat ill upon them.
9 What I mean is with the scarcity of men in the neighborhood, Will could marry most any of the girls.
10 Sometimes the neighborhood was scandalized by the presence of foreigners, speaking little or no English, who had been drawn South by glowing tales of fortunes easily made.
11 She thought, however, that once the novelty had passed, Bonnie would turn to other things and the neighborhood would have some peace.
12 After Bonnie died, many of the good ladies of the neighborhood who had been won over to him by his charming manners with his daughter were anxious to show him kindness.
13 The swift punishment which invariably follows these horrible crimes doubtless acts as a deterring effect upon the Negroes in that immediate neighborhood for a short time.
14 He talked a good deal on various topics, a little politics, some city news and neighborhood gossip.
15 He thanked heaven she had left the neighborhood, and was equally thankful that he did not know where she had gone.