1 "It must have been pushed off, then," he rejoined in the same tone.
2 She had already pushed her plate aside, and was measuring out a draught from a large bottle at her elbow.
3 Ethan set about unloading the logs and when he had finished his job he pushed open the glazed door of the shed which the builder used as his office.
4 When he returned to the kitchen Mattie had pushed up his chair to the stove and seated herself near the lamp with a bit of sewing.
5 She uncovered the pie and pushed it over to him.
6 He drew the lantern nearer and eagerly scanned the fares; then the paper fell from his hand and he pushed aside his unfinished letter.
7 Zeena, after feeding the cat, had returned to her rocking-chair by the stove, and Jotham Powell, who always lingered last, reluctantly pushed back his chair and moved toward the door.
8 It was pushed out now, and Scarlett knew that Mammy was seething over something of which she did not approve.
9 Toby, who had handled Gerald's horses for twenty years, pushed out his lips in mute indignation at being told how to conduct his own business.
10 Mammy followed at a few paces, the leather bag in her hand, her underlip pushed out and her brow lowering.
11 Her breasts, pushed high by her stays, were very nice breasts.
12 She pushed open the door, listened and heard Mammy's heavy tread in the downstairs hall.
13 But during the years before Gerald married Ellen, the tiny settlement, twenty-five miles north of Tara, slowly grew into a village and the tracks slowly pushed northward.
14 Aunt Pitty was heaving and sighing on her shoulder and, with small ceremony, Scarlett pushed her over into a corner of the carriage and continued her reading.
15 After one swallow she pushed her cup away.