1 The effect produced on Frome was rather of a complete absence of atmosphere, as though nothing less tenuous than ether intervened between the white earth under his feet and the metallic dome overhead.
2 The dark cedars on either side of the graveled drive met in an arch overhead, turning the long avenue into a dim tunnel.
3 Suffocating under feather pillows while death screamed overhead, Scarlett silently cursed Melanie for keeping her from the safer regions below stairs.
4 The bright glare of morning sunlight streaming through the trees overhead awakened Scarlett.
5 Now all that mattered was food enough to keep off starvation, clothing enough to prevent freezing and a roof overhead which did not leak too much.
6 A cold wind was blowing stiffly and the scudding clouds overhead were the deep gray of slate when Scarlett and Mammy stepped from the train in Atlanta the next afternoon.
7 Though the sidewalks were jammed, the faces she saw were as unfamiliar as the signs overhead, new people, many rough-looking men and tawdrily dressed women.
8 Up the dim street she fled, her head down, her heart hammering, the night air wet on her lips, the trees overhead menacing.
9 Ship and boat diverged; the cold, damp night breeze blew between; a screaming gull flew overhead; the two hulls wildly rolled; we gave three heavy-hearted cheers, and blindly plunged like fate into the lone Atlantic.
10 At that moment in one of the intervals of profound darkness, following the flashes, a voice was heard at his side; and almost at the same instant a volley of thunder peals rolled overhead.
11 The firelight flickered on the hewn logs that supported the thatch overhead.
12 She caught sight of a little green table, blotched with the checkered sunlight that filtered through the quivering leaves overhead.
13 They spread in vast clouds overhead, writhing, curling; then, uniting in one giant river, they streamed away down the sky, stretching a black pall as far as the eye could reach.
14 The sky overhead was of a fairy blue.
15 He stared for a while at the leaves overhead, moving in a heraldic wind of the day.