1 She struggled to her feet, and he rose and followed her helplessly while she spread out the pieces of glass on the kitchen dresser.
2 Her new green flowered-muslin dress spread its twelve yards of billowing material over her hoops and exactly matched the flat-heeled green morocco slippers her father had recently brought her from Atlanta.
3 The Tarleton boys have gone to spread the news.
4 His shoulders were sagging and his head bowed until his gray beard spread out fanlike on his chest.
5 From Big Shanty, the weary sleepless lines retreated down the road to Kennesaw Mountain, near the little town of Marietta, and here they spread their lines in a ten-mile curve.
6 The width of the continent might have spread between her and home instead of twenty- five miles of dusty road.
7 She handed the velvet curtain back to Scarlett and a sly smile spread over her face.
8 The heavy old mahogany table, spread with cake and decanters, still presided in the empty-looking dining room but it was scratched and the broken legs showed signs of clumsy repair.
9 Hams in wine, pressed duck, pate de foie gras, rare fruits in and out of season, were spread in profusion.
10 Pork gazed at it reverently and slowly delight spread over his face.
11 He reinforced his pistol and knife with another pistol, and his fame spread far among the black population.
12 It was odder still that neither Melanie nor India hinted to him that he should spread a paper on the floor to catch his litter of shavings.
13 And the women, dressing hastily, knocked on their neighbors' doors and spread the story.
14 Word had been spread among the negroes that there were only two political parties mentioned in the Bible, the Publicans and the Sinners.
15 The tarnish of shame and guilt that enveloped her spread to him as well.