1 She knew also that he was presenting her with just the opportunity she wanted for opening the conversation without revealing her true purpose.
2 They were practically alone and he might never get another such opportunity.
3 It was not often that Mr. McRae had the opportunity to talk about war, the way his women folks shushed him.
4 You wanted to dance and I gave you the opportunity.
5 Even John Wilkes, visibly proud of his son, had no opportunity for quiet conversation with him.
6 But there had been no opportunity to say them, and she knew now that perhaps she would never have the chance to say them.
7 Suellen never missed the opportunity to leave the plantation and give herself airs among people who did not know she weeded the garden and made beds.
8 He fretted until Scarlett who had only been waiting for such an opportunity laid a cool hand on his forehead and said: "Now, sweetheart, I shall be vexed if you take on so."
9 The wave of rebuilding was giving her the opportunity she wanted and she knew she could make money if only she could stay out of jail.
10 They had an avid curiosity about the South and Southern women, and Scarlett gave them their first opportunity to satisfy it.
11 Scarlett seldom refused, no matter how distasteful the idea might be, for she always hoped to have an opportunity to suggest tactfully that they do their trading at Frank's store.
12 We saw opportunity in the ruin of a civilization and we made the most of our opportunity, some honestly, some shadily, and we are still making the most of it.
13 He looked at her out of black blank eyes that made no opportunity for her to speak.
14 It was not, after all, opportunity but imagination that he lacked: he had a mental palate which would never learn to distinguish between railway tea and nectar.
15 No one, however, appeared to profit by the opportunity; and after a half hour of fruitless waiting she rose and wandered on.