1 The thought of the animal's suffering was intolerable to him and he struggled to raise himself, and could not because a rock, or some huge mass, seemed to be lying on him.
2 The civilian population had either to do without or buy at the speculators' prices, and the poor and those in moderate circumstances were suffering increasing hardships.
3 Already Atlanta was full of refugees from east Tennessee, and the town had heard firsthand stories from them of what suffering they had gone through.
4 The people of the town were suffering hardship, privation, sickness and death as severely as the rest of the Confederacy; but Atlanta, the city, had gained rather than lost as a result of the war.
5 Thoughts of Melanie's prolonged suffering spurred Scarlett to action.
6 Gerald could have told her she was suffering the normal aftermath of her first experience with hard drinking but Gerald noticed nothing.
7 The better class of them, scorning freedom, were suffering as severely as their white masters.
8 And she would be so kind to those who were suffering misfortune, take baskets to the poor and soup and jelly to the sick and "air" those less fortunate in her fine carriage.
9 But inwardly they felt that running an Indian gantlet would be infinitely preferable to suffering the ordeal of Yankee grins and not being able to tell the truth about their husbands.
10 Her new friends, suffering in silence under her insolences, would welcome a chance to blackguard her.
11 I know what you must be suffering.
12 She looked languid, full of a suffering sweetness; she carried a scent-bottle in her hand.
13 Her fibres had been softened by suffering, and the sudden glimpse into his mocked and broken life disarmed her contempt for his weakness.
14 She herself was suffering from heat and oppression, she said.
15 Madame Ratignolle was in the salon, whither she had strayed in her suffering impatience.