1 He backed his big red horse and then, putting spurs to his side, lifted him easily over the split rail fence into the soft field of Gerald O'Hara's plantation.
2 As she half rose from her seat to look closer, the giant caught sight of her and his black face split in a grin of delighted recognition.
3 When he was able to totter about the house, he turned his hands to weaving baskets of split oak and mending the furniture ruined by the Yankees.
4 She could hear the sound of the axe ringing as Ashley split into rails the logs hauled from the swamp.
5 She would rather split logs herself than suffer while he did it.
6 Ashley wasn't bred to plow and split rails.
7 Jim Tarleton, little Hugh Munroe, Alex Fontaine and old man McRae's youngest grandson came slowly and awkwardly down the path from the house bearing Gerald's coffin on two lengths of split oak.
8 Immediately the fires which smoldered beneath tight basques flamed wildly and the two organizations split up and glared hostilely.
9 Scarlett, looking sorrowfully down the long vista of years to come, knew that she was the cause of a feud that would split the town and the family for generations.
10 But now they were split in twain and the town was privileged to witness cousins of the fifth and sixth degree taking sides in the most shattering scandal Atlanta had ever seen.
11 Even his own party was split, so great had public indignation become.
12 Meadow larks called from the tops of thin split fence-posts.
13 On this rock every one of the whale-naturalists has split.
14 This is the sort of weather when brave hearts snap ashore, and keeled hulls split at sea.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 40. Midnight, Forecastle.
15 How the wild winds blow it; they whip it about me as the torn shreds of split sails lash the tossed ship they cling to.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 135. The Chase.—Third Day.