1 And because he was a gentleman and himself trustworthy, he trusted every scoundrel who came along and several times would have lost money for her if she had not tactfully intervened.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret MitcheGet Context In CHAPTER XLI
2 Miss Melly will believe any plausible scoundrel.
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3 The old man had remarked that she must not value his hide very much if she did not feel some gratitude to Rhett Butler, even if the man was a Scallawag and a scoundrel.
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4 And Father Merriwether intends to call and he talks like he was in his dotage and says he's grateful to that scoundrel, even if I'm not.
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5 I shouldn't have given the old scoundrel shelter.
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6 The fact that a black scoundrel is allowed to live and utter such loathsome and repulsive calumnies is a volume of evidence as to the wonderful patience of Southern whites.
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7 Made it all out of hogs, too, damn ole scoundrel.
8 "The old scoundrel said the case was filled," he said.
9 My business was to declare myself a scoundrel, and whether I did it with a bow or a bluster was of little importance.
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10 I was convinced that the scoundrel spoke of himself, and I saw my conviction reflected in Miss Dartle's face.
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11 I have been under a Taboo in that infernal scoundrel's service.
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12 A crucible into which destiny casts a man, whenever it desires a scoundrel or a demi-god.
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13 The first scamp that happens along lets his beard grow like a goat's, thinks himself a real scoundrel, and abandons his old relatives.
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14 Near the table, upon which Marius descried a pen, ink, and paper, sat a man about sixty years of age, small, thin, livid, haggard, with a cunning, cruel, and uneasy air; a hideous scoundrel.
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15 She thought that some of them had been laying violent hands on me; and, not daring to attack her master, she turned her vocal artillery against the younger scoundrel.
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