1 A mournful peace hung on the fields, as though they felt the relaxing grasp of the cold and stretched themselves in their long winter sleep.
2 She looked up at him languidly, as though her lids were weighted with sleep and it cost her an effort to raise them.
3 and she'll sleep in my bed, where I used to lay nights and listen to hear you come up the stairs.
4 He wanted to get the feeling of it into his hand, so that it would sleep there like a seed in winter.
5 She liked this position, for she seldom failed to go to sleep during prayers and, in this postures it escaped her mother's notice.
6 Melanie and Pittypat had gone to sleep hours before, but Scarlett lay awake in the warm darkness, her heart heavy and frightened in her breast.
7 I have enough to eat and occasionally a bed to sleep in.
8 They had come without food or sleep, without their horses, ambulances or supply trains and, without waiting for the rest, they had leaped from the trains and into the battle.
9 The Confederates marched in their sleep, too tired to think for the most part.
10 Men lay down to sleep where they could see the rails gleaming faintly in the starlight.
11 And then she had gone to sleep.
12 She heard sounds of moving feet upstairs and thought "May the Lord damn Prissy," before her eyes closed and something like sleep descended upon her.
13 She had said: "There isn't any," and gone to sleep before the words were out of her mouth.
14 Yes, put you to bed," she added lightly, "and give you another drink--maybe all the dipper and make you go to sleep.
15 You need sleep and Katie Scarlett is here, so you need not worry about anything.