1 As he strode along through the snow the sense of such meanings glowed in his brain and mingled with the bodily flush produced by his sharp tramp.
2 The cold was less sharp than earlier in the day and a thick fleecy sky threatened snow for the morrow.
3 The cat had sprung to Zeena's rocking-chair, and the heat of the fire was beginning to draw out the faint sharp scent of the geraniums.
4 Gerald's sharp blue eyes noticed how efficiently his neighbors' houses were run and with what ease the smooth-haired wives in rustling skirts managed their servants.
5 Most of all she learned how to conceal from men a sharp intelligence beneath a face as sweet and bland as a baby's.
6 She had sharp, knowing eyes that missed nothing and a studiedly stupid look on her face.
7 Scarlett sighed, for her curiosity was sharp.
8 Of course, her brooch could be pinned over the spot, but perhaps Melanie had sharp eyes.
9 Scarlett shot a look of sharp suspicion at her, but Mammy's broad face carried only a look of innocence and of regret that Scarlett was not the lady Melanie Hamilton was.
10 "Um," said Scarlett, her sharp eyes noting that Ashley, who had not risen to take part in the war talk, was smiling up at Melanie.
11 Ellen, busy night and day, doubling the productiveness of Tara to aid the Confederacy, was terrified when her eldest daughter came home from Charleston thin, white and sharp tongued.
12 She turned a sharp eye on the girls.
13 Flanked again at Calhoun, Johnston fell back to Adairsville, where there was sharp skirmishing, then to Cassville, then south of Cartersville.
14 Muscles she did not know she possessed ached from her unaccustomed exertions of the night before and every movement brought sharp pain.
15 Strange that the sharp smell did not offend her nostrils now.