1 In the summertime, on pleasant days, they move Mattie into the parlour, or out in the door-yard, and that makes it easier.
2 It was a pleasant land of white houses, peaceful plowed fields and sluggish yellow rivers, but a land of contrasts, of brightest sun glare and densest shade.
3 Ashley's heart was in none of the pleasant things he did so well.
4 They were a pleasant race, these coastal Georgians, with their soft-voiced, quick rages and their charming inconsistencies, and Gerald liked them.
5 And life was too short to miss such pleasant things.
6 The laughter and talking rose and fell in the dark night air, pleasant, homely, carefree sounds, gutturally soft, musically shrill.
7 And yet--and yet--there was something very pleasant about the Tarleton girls' relations with their mother, and they adored her for all that they criticized and scolded and teased her.
8 John Wilkes always held his barbecues there, on the gentle slope leading down to the rose garden, a pleasant shady place and a far pleasanter place, for instance, than that used by the Calverts.
9 Scarlett's eyes searched the crowd for Ashley, even while she made pleasant small talk with John Wilkes, but he was not on the porch.
10 Men and women, they were beautiful and wild, all a little violent under their pleasant ways and only a little tamed.
11 Often when newly married couples went on the usual round of honeymoon visits, they lingered in some pleasant home until the birth of their second child.
12 If her stay was pleasant, she would remain indefinitely.
13 It was this happy feminine conspiracy which made Southern society so pleasant.
14 Women knew that a land where men were contented, uncontradicted and safe in possession of unpunctured vanity was likely to be a very pleasant place for women to live.
15 Oh, it wasn't fair that she should have a dead husband and a baby yelling in the next room and be out of everything that was pleasant.