1 When the last forkful of pork and chicken and mutton had been eaten, Scarlett hoped the time had come when India would rise and suggest that the ladies retire to the house.
2 The replacing of these posts was one bit of repair work Scarlett did not suggest and, if the negroes knew why, they kept their silence.
3 Scarlett seldom refused, no matter how distasteful the idea might be, for she always hoped to have an opportunity to suggest tactfully that they do their trading at Frank's store.
4 The young lady who thus formulated her admiration of her brilliant friend did not, in her own person, suggest such happy possibilities.
5 The sofa in question, and the apartment peopled by its monstrous mates, served at length to suggest the turn of Selden's reply.
6 Use a big window at the back, with a cyclorama of a blue that would simply hit you in the eye, and just one tree-branch, to suggest a park below.
7 The frivolous teacher had come to accept Carol as of her own youth, and though school had begun she rushed in daily to suggest dances, welsh-rabbit parties.
8 Where any name happens to be vague or inexpressive, I shall say so, and suggest another.
9 This trick did not suggest duplicity or secretiveness, but merely long habit, as with the horse.
10 "Then give them their bridles, and let them range the woods," Heyward ventured to suggest.
11 A round, black, shining face is hers, so glossy as to suggest the idea that she might have been washed over with white of eggs, like one of her own tea rusks.
12 On being shown her chamber, she was so dreadfully sensible of its comforts as to suggest the inference that she would have preferred to pass the night on the mangle in the laundry.
13 Anne was considering whether she should venture to suggest that a gown, or a cap, would not be liable to any such misuse, when a knock at the door suspended everything.
14 In the captain's cottage she could suggest mansions she had never seen.
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15 It was a curious way of managing it, but, really, it would be difficult to suggest a better.
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