1 Half-way up the slope Mattie stumbled against some unseen obstruction and clutched his sleeve to steady herself.
2 Rhett Butler removed a fine linen handkerchief from his coat pocket and idly flicked dust from his sleeve.
3 She plucked at his sleeve, speechless.
4 But as they all passed from the room, Frank hung back, tugging at Scarlett's sleeve.
5 Always the family clustered about him, always Melanie was by his side, touching his sleeve now and again to reassure herself he was really there.
6 "You old fool," said Mrs. Meade tenderly and laid her head against his sleeve.
7 "Doctor," said India, putting a hand on his sleeve.
8 Her cheek near his sleeve, she studied a dozen village pictures.
9 Carol picked at Kennicott's sleeve.
10 He turned and plodded back, a ponderous furry figure, holding the horses' bridles, Carol's hand dragging at his sleeve.
11 Through her thin linen sleeve she could feel the crumply warmth of his familiar brown jersey coat.
12 But he said nothing, nor she; he patted her sleeve, she returned the pat, and they crossed the railroad tracks, found a road, clumped toward open country.
13 He was a mild, flurried old man, a Civil War veteran, with one sleeve hanging empty.
14 She began to cry a little, and wiped her eyes on the sleeve of her peignoir.
15 The tears came so fast to Mrs. Pontellier's eyes that the damp sleeve of her peignoir no longer served to dry them.