1 Scarlett had wept with despair at the knowledge that she was pregnant and wished that she were dead.
2 Maybelle looked so very pregnant it was a disgrace for her to be out in public, even if she did have her shawl carefully draped over her.
3 Ellen was ill, perhaps dying, and here was Scarlett helpless in Atlanta with a pregnant woman on her hands and two armies between her and home.
4 She looked worse than any pregnant woman she had ever seen.
5 No lady ever showed herself when she was pregnant.
6 Her sharp trading was shocking, especially when her poor mother had been a Robillard, and it was positively indecent the way she kept on going about the streets when everyone knew she was pregnant.
7 And I know I'm not a gentleman, in view of the fact that pregnant women do not embarrass me as they should.
8 Their disapproval had grown stronger because of her unwomanly conduct in the matter of the mills, her immodesty in showing herself when she was pregnant and so many other things.
9 She hadn't wanted to see him at all when she was so obviously pregnant.
10 When Dr. Meade told her she was pregnant, she was astounded, for she had been expecting a diagnosis of biliousness and over-wrought nerves.
11 No multitude of words could have been more significant than those moments of silence, or more pregnant with the first-felt throbbings of desire.
12 The words of Gamut were, as has been seen, in his native tongue; and to Duncan they seem pregnant with some hidden meaning, though nothing present assisted him in discovering the object of their allusion.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 25
13 Presently there was a stillness, pregnant with meaning.
14 The angel bade the pregnant Hagar return to her.
15 She had been married during the previous winter, and being pregnant did not go to any large gatherings, but only to small receptions.