1 Scarlett's conscience smote her at this last, for it had been months since she had been to church.
2 As the full impact of the meaning smote her, Melanie became so embarrassed that she fumbled with the bandage until it slid off the wound entirely.
3 And the cruelty of Lily's judgments smote upon her memory.
4 It flashed strangely through the tears which still blurred her eyes, and smote on the white ruin of Lily's face.
5 Two weeks later the Great War smote Europe.
6 He smote the enormous Bible on the reading-stand, vociferated, "Come, let us reason together," delivered a prayer informing Almighty God of the news of the past week, and began to reason.
7 No turbaned Turk, no hired Venetian or Malay, could have smote him with more seeming malice.
8 Ahab staggered; his hand smote his forehead.
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9 A quick vision of death smote her soul, and for a second of time appalled and enfeebled her senses.
10 Passing through the doorway the door smote him full, and the shriek which followed brought the dancing to a halt.
11 The words smote heavily on Eliza's heart; the vision of the trader came before her eyes, and, as if some one had struck her a deadly blow, she turned pale and gasped for breath.
12 She was despatched to New Orleans; but, when about half way there, God had mercy on her, and smote her with death.
13 I went on board, bidding my men to do so also and loose the hawsers; so they took their places and smote the grey sea with their oars.
14 Then they took their places and smote the grey sea with their oars; so we sailed on with sorrow in our hearts, but glad to have escaped death though we had lost our comrades.
15 So he smote his thighs with the flat of his hands and cried aloud despairingly.