1 He had a fancy that she knew what had restrained him.
2 The things about him which she could not understand only made her love him more, and his odd, restrained courtship only served to increase her determination to have him for her own.
3 Scarlett restrained herself from sniffing.
4 Only the respect due Miss Pittypat and his presence under her roof as a guest had restrained him from showing his feelings more obviously.
5 With difficulty she restrained a smile of glee.
6 There was a carefully restrained ferocity in his dark face, a ruthlessness which would have frightened her had she the wits to see it.
7 But she restrained herself and she found that twisting Yankee men around her finger was no more difficult than that same diversion had been with Southern men.
8 He hurriedly summoned Dr. Meade and two other doctors, and with difficulty he was restrained from beating the unfortunate nurse with his crop.
9 In the first leap of her anger she was about to ring and order the woman out; but an obscure impulse restrained her.
10 With restrained amusement he was analyzing the noisy Mr. Zitterel.
11 With me they had been like older brothers; had restrained their speech and manners out of care for me, and given me so much good comradeship.
12 Jurgis was about to say, "I have the money for him," but he restrained himself.
13 Heyward felt a burning desire to rush forward to meet them, so intense was the delirious anxiety of the moment; but he was restrained by the deliberate examples of the scout and Uncas.
14 Ces messieurs-la," said Montcalm, following up the advantage which he conceived he had gained, "are most formidable when baffled; and it is unnecessary to tell you with what difficulty they are restrained in their anger.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 15
15 But pride restrained him and he did not utter it.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 8. The Chateau D'If.