1 She walked out of the kitchen ahead of them and pausing in the hall raised the lamp at arm's-length, as if to light them up the stairs.
2 She raised distressed eyes to his, her work dropping on the table between them.
3 When he raised himself again he saw that she was dragging toward the stove the old soap-box lined with carpet in which the cat made its bed.
4 As he raised himself he suddenly felt Mattie close to him among the shadows.
5 She had been raised in the bedroom of Solange Robillard, Ellen O'Hara's mother, a dainty, cold, high-nosed French-woman, who spared neither her children nor her servants their just punishment for any infringement of decorum.
6 Her voice was raised questioningly, as though she hung on Gerald's assent to her plan, a mere formality but one dear to the heart of Gerald.
7 It was a voice never raised in command to a servant or reproof to a child but a voice that was obeyed instantly at Tara, where her husband's blustering and roaring were quietly disregarded.
8 She raised her chin and her pale, black-fringed eyes sparkled in the moonlight.
9 They telegraphed their disapproval of Scarlett's conduct to Hetty Tarleton by delicately raised eyebrows.
10 Conversation was dying out when, in the lull, everyone in the grove heard Gerald's voice raised in furious accents.
11 Uncle Peter practically raised Melanie and me, for we were very young when Father and Mother died.
12 Here, excitement never entered in, voices were never raised, everyone deferred gently to the opinions of others, and, in the end, the black grizzled autocrat in the kitchen had his way.
13 The raised platform for the musicians was especially artistic.
14 The gathering quieted again as the doctor raised his voice, at first in thanks to the ladies who had so willingly given their jewelry.
15 And suddenly she grinned for, as a voice thick with brogue and whisky came to her, raised in "Peg in a Low-backed Car," she knew.