1 On the farther side of the hemlock belt the open country rolled away before them grey and lonely under the stars.
2 The cat, who had been a puzzled observer of these unusual movements, jumped up into Zeena's chair, rolled itself into a ball, and lay watching them with narrowed eyes.
3 When Gerald first moved to north Georgia, there had been no Atlanta at all, not even the semblance of a village, and wilderness rolled over the site.
4 She untied the knot and a handful of gold coins rolled out on the bed.
5 Atlanta had watched while train after train rolled through the town, hour after hour, passenger coaches, box cars, flat cars, filled with shouting men.
6 They could hear the rumblings of the batteries, see the smoke which rolled like low-hanging clouds above the trees, but for hours no one knew how the battle was going.
7 He was coatless and his sleeves were rolled up to his shoulders.
8 Cannon rolled past, the drivers flaying the thin mules with lengths of rawhide.
9 Prissy had recovered her breath and a small measure of control but her eyes still rolled.
10 Prissy rolled her eyes as she looked about her.
11 Prissy rolled her eyes wildly, peeping first at the set face of her mistress and then at the cow which bawled plaintively.
12 She rolled the table under the window, gathered up her skirts, climbed on it and tiptoed to reach the heavy curtain pole.
13 And on Sunday afternoons, the handsome closed carriages of the madams of the district rolled down the main streets, filled with girls in their best finery, taking the air from behind lowered silk shades.
14 Ashley began to read the prayers and all heads bowed as his resonant, beautifully modulated voice rolled out the brief and dignified words.
15 As he rolled off through the crowd of masons and carpenters and hod carriers Scarlett felt relieved and her spirits rose.