1 I'd feel like a sissy in those baggy red pants.
2 Scarlett thought she had never seen such elegant pants as he wore, fawn colored, shepherd's plaid, and checked.
3 He fumbled in his back pants pocket and brought out the wallet of calico, stiffened with bark, which Carreen had made him.
4 It was nice to have a man fussing and clucking and scolding, even if it was only that old maid in pants, Frank Kennedy.
5 "There's never going to be any doubt in anybody's mind about who wears the pants in the Butler family," drawled Rhett.
6 You want to get over your city idea that because a man's pants aren't pressed, he's a fool.
7 Schminke's bead necklace and Whittier's error in putting on the striped pants, day like this.
8 The finishing of pants did not take much skill, and anybody could learn it, and so the pay was forever getting less.
9 When we got up-stairs to his room he got me a coarse shirt and a roundabout and pants of his, and I put them on.
10 No use saying nothing about his pants.
11 He drew his breath short, and strained me so close to him, I could scarcely pant.
12 By the time she caught sight of the Leyden house, she was beginning to pant, for her stays were tightly laced, but she did not slow her gait.
13 Anxiety and his swift run made him pant.
14 The conventionary began to pant; the asthma of the agony which is mingled with the last breaths interrupted his voice; still, there was a perfect lucidity of soul in his eyes.
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15 I pant for a life full of striving.