1 Her wonder and his laughter ran together like spring rills in a thaw.
2 He had often thought since that it would not have happened if his mother had died in spring instead of winter.
3 It was one of the days when the glitter of winter shines through a pale haze of spring.
4 It was little more than a year ago, on just such a soft afternoon, with a "feel" of spring in the air.
5 She and I were great friends, and she was to have been my bridesmaid in the spring.
6 There hasn't been any fun at any party this spring because the boys can't talk about anything else.
7 The warm damp balminess of spring encompassed her sweetly with the moist smells of new-plowed earth and all the fresh green things pushing up to the air.
8 Sunset and spring and new-fledged greenery were no miracle to Scarlett.
9 The shadows were falling thicker now, the last greenish tinge had left the sky and a slight chill was displacing the balminess of spring.
10 It was in a saloon in Savannah, on a hot night in spring, when the chance conversation of a stranger sitting near by made Gerald prick up his ears.
11 The inner grace from which these signs should spring, she never learned nor did she see any reason for learning it.
12 Already summer was in the air, the first hint of Georgia summer when the high tide of spring gives way reluctantly before a fiercer heat.
13 It was impossible to feel anything but palpitating joy in this warm sun, in this spring, with the chimneys of Twelve Oaks just beginning to show on the hill across the river.
14 She looked--and was--as simple as earth, as good as bread, as transparent as spring water.
15 The army in butternut were now seasoned fighters, their generals had proven their mettle, and everyone knew that when the campaign reopened in the spring, the Yankees would be crushed for good and all.