1 And, as her love for Scarlett and her pride in her were enormous, the chastening process was practically continuous.
2 They were practically alone and he might never get another such opportunity.
3 Uncle Peter practically raised Melanie and me, for we were very young when Father and Mother died.
4 Just a little over a year ago, she was dancing and wearing bright clothes instead of this dark mourning and was practically engaged to three boys.
5 Gray, as the color of the Confederate uniform, practically disappeared and homespun of a butternut shade took its place.
6 Conditions in Wilmington, the chief blockade port, now that Charleston's port was practically sealed by the Yankee gunboats, had reached the proportions of an open scandal.
7 Vicksburg had fallen, fallen after a long and bitter siege, and practically all the Mississippi River, from St. Louis to New Orleans was in the hands of the Yankees.
8 The Confederates were on scant rations and practically without drugs or bandages for their own sick and wounded.
9 "I understand practically everything about you and Ashley, now," Rhett resumed.
10 I understand practically everything, except one thing that piques my curiosity.
11 When she slipped the bit into his mouth, she saw that he was practically toothless.
12 The soles of her slippers were practically gone and were reinforced with pieces of carpet.
13 Once she had known practically everyone in Atlanta and the sight of so many strange names depressed her.
14 Of course, that's practically nothing compared with what Tara can do but we haven't many field hands.
15 Suellen was getting more and more worried over the fact that she was practically an old maid and she would move heaven and earth to prevent anything from delaying her marriage.