1 Ethan smiled at the discomfiture he had caused.
2 But she smiled when she spoke, consciously deepening her dimple and fluttering her bristly black lashes as swiftly as butterflies' wings.
3 The plantation clearings and miles of cotton fields smiled up to a warm sun, placid, complacent.
4 Ellen's tired mouth smiled into the tumult as she addressed herself first to her husband, as a wife should.
5 And she smiled as she thought how surprised Mrs. Tarleton would be when no engagement was announced that night--how surprised if there were an elopement.
6 When her eye caught his, he smiled, showing animal-white teeth below a close-clipped black mustache.
7 There was a cool recklessness in his face and a cynical humor in his mouth as he smiled at her, and Scarlett caught her breath.
8 Startled, at first abashed, Charles blushed at the rebuff and then, seeing how her eyes were fastened on his sister, he smiled.
9 The prospect looked brighter to Scarlett, so bright in fact that she turned beaming eyes on Charles and smiled from pure joy.
10 Finally Stuart smiled down at India, an unwilling smile, and nodded his head.
11 Even when they smiled, it must be a sad, tragic smile.
12 The carriage slipped and slid down the muddy road and Scarlett leaned back on the cushions and smiled.
13 To all these arguments, Scarlett smiled but said nothing, unwilling to commit herself before learning how she would like Atlanta and constant association with her in-laws.
14 She smiled at Scarlett, whimsically, as the music ended, making a little moue of apology as she dabbed with her handkerchief.
15 Melanie smiled at him through sparkling tears while Scarlett felt the fox of wrath and impotent hate gnaw at her vitals.