1 He slipped an arm through hers, as Eady had done, and fancied it was faintly pressed against her side, but neither of them moved.
2 It was neither whining nor reproachful, but drily resolute.
3 After Zeena's departure he and Mattie had stood speechless, neither seeking to approach the other.
4 Although born to the ease of plantation life, waited on hand and foot since infancy, the faces of the three on the porch were neither slack nor soft.
5 The backwoods folks and the swamp dwellers owned neither horses nor mules.
6 She had been raised in the bedroom of Solange Robillard, Ellen O'Hara's mother, a dainty, cold, high-nosed French-woman, who spared neither her children nor her servants their just punishment for any infringement of decorum.
7 Too often she had surprised him when his eyes were neither drowsy nor remote, when he looked at her with a yearning and a sadness which puzzled her.
8 He looked on people, and he neither liked nor disliked them.
9 He looked on life and was neither heartened nor saddened.
10 The very mystery of him excited her curiosity like a door that had neither lock nor key.
11 I like him, but it's neither heads nor tails I can make of most he says.
12 As the carriage bore her down the red road toward the Wilkes plantation, Scarlett had a feeling of guilty pleasure that neither her mother nor Mammy was with the party.
13 For an instance there was a silence so acute it seemed that neither of them even breathed.
14 "And the McLure girls have been called to Virginia," said Mrs. Elsing in her die-away voice, fanning herself languidly as if neither this nor anything else mattered very much.
15 She wasn't going to make a fool out of herself about the Cause, but neither was she going to make a fool out of herself by admitting her true feelings.