1 Scarlett's face did not change but her lips went white--like a person who has received a stunning blow without warning and who, in the first moments of shock, does not realize what has happened.
2 Gerald liked his gifts to be received with clapping of hands and kisses.
3 Ellen had been given this preparation for marriage which any well- brought-up young lady received, and she also had Mammy, who could galvanize the most shiftless negro into energy.
4 Scarlett digested this in silence, for she had never before been under the same roof with anyone who was not received.
5 Scarlett had an uneasy feeling that this man who was not received was the only one present who knew what lay behind her wild gaiety and that it was affording him sardonic amusement.
6 From the two he loved best, Charles had received no toughening influences, learned nothing of harshness or reality, and the home in which he grew to manhood was as soft as a bird's nest.
7 Just think, there's not a home in Charleston where I am received.
8 Scarlett had received too many ardent love letters herself not to recognize the authentic note of passion when she saw it.
9 Had it not been for the upset conditions due to the war and his own services to the Confederate government, Rhett Butler would never have been received in Atlanta.
10 And, except for Melanie, he probably would not have been received there.
11 A hasty note from Darcy Meade to the doctor, the only first-hand information Atlanta received during those first days of July, was passed from hand to hand, with mounting indignation.
12 The stories about him that came back to Atlanta from Richmond and Wilmington made those who had received him in other days writhe with shame.
13 No divorced person was received.
14 Melanie, who was now in her fifth month, had not been out in public or received guests for weeks, and she was appalled at the idea.
15 Despite his remark: "It's a foolish war when old fools like me are out toting guns," the girls received the impression that Uncle Henry was enjoying himself.