1 "I've a good mind to go and hunt up those stomach powders I got last year over in Springfield," she continued.
2 Scarlett obediently sat down before the tray, wondering if she would be able to get any food into her stomach and still have room to breathe.
3 Charles gave a swift look about him, drew in his breath, stiffened the muscles of his stomach.
4 The hospitals were filled with dirty, bewhiskered, verminous men who smelled terribly and bore on their bodies wounds hideous enough to turn a Christian's stomach.
5 Perhaps it's still true, provided the Confederate soldier has bullets for his gun and shoes on his feet and food in his stomach.
6 Uncle Henry was minus his umbrella and carpetbag now, and his fat stomach as well.
7 Her heart acted very queerly, beating regularly for several minutes and then thumping so loudly and swiftly it almost made her sick at her stomach.
8 Cold little ripples of fear that started in the pit of her stomach were radiating outward until the fingers that touched her cheeks were cold, though the rest of her body streamed perspiration.
9 When she reached Wesley Chapel, she was breathless and dizzy and sick at her stomach.
10 Some of her dullness was passing now and her stomach was clamoring for food.
11 Once, when she was six years old, she had fallen from a tree, flat on her stomach.
12 The hot liquid burned down her throat to her stomach, choking her and bringing tears to her eyes.
13 The whisky taken on a stomach long empty was playing tricks on her.
14 A queasiness of the stomach reminiscent of the early days of her pregnancy made the smoking yams on the breakfast table unendurable, even to the smell.
15 A spicy, sharp-tasting radish was exactly what her stomach craved.