1 The fact that admiration for his learning mingled with Mattie's wonder at what he taught was not the least part of his pleasure.
2 She laughed with pleasure, her head tilted back, the lamplight sparkling on her lips and teeth.
3 She had cast down her eyes demurely, her heart beating with wild pleasure, thinking the happy moment had come.
4 But it gave Gerald pleasure to air his views, and Ellen was unfailingly thoughtful of her husband's pleasure.
5 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.
6 Carreen's round little face became pink, as pleasure struggled with incredulity.
7 She had never given him more than perfunctory courtesy before, and so the beaming smile of pleasure with which she greeted him and the two hands outstretched to his almost took his breath away.
8 She felt that she could claw Melanie's ivory skin till the blood ran and take pleasure in doing it.
9 She could have clawed him with pleasure too.
10 "I should cry into my pillow every night," said Scarlett, meaning to be flippant, but he took the statement at face value and went red with pleasure.
11 From this, Charles and Melanie could only infer that she took a profound pleasure in this occasional excitement, the only excitement in her sheltered life.
12 No, she was not happy now, and at first she had been radiant with the pleasure of being in a crowd.
13 And, of course, you always blushed on such occasions, otherwise they would pinch you with more pleasure than was proper and then tell their sons that you were fast.
14 No pang of conscience at loving another woman's husband or reading that woman's mail disturbed her pleasure in her youth and charm and her renewed assurance of Ashley's love.
15 He seemed to take pleasure not only in affronting the sincere and red-hot loyalties of Atlanta but in presenting himself in the worst possible light.