1 They would swarm around her like bees around a hive, and certainly Ashley would be drawn from Melanie to join the circle of her admirers.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret MitcheGet Context In CHAPTER IV
2 I wouldn't put anything beyond the swarm of buzzards that's swooping down on Georgia now from north, east, south and west.
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3 We had been in jail scarcely twenty minutes, when a swarm of slave traders, and agents for slave traders, flocked into jail to look at us, and to ascertain if we were for sale.
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4 Across the smoke-infested fields came a brown swarm of running men who were giving shrill yells.
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5 He entered the church, now, with a swarm of clean and noisy boys and girls, proceeded to his seat and started a quarrel with the first boy that came handy.
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6 But we got them laid in, and all the other things; and you never see a cabin as blithesome as Jim's was when they'd all swarm out for music and go for him.
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7 Yes," said the grandmother, "she flies where the swarm hangs in the thickest clusters.
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8 When he passed through a village, the ragged brats ran joyously after him, and surrounded him like a swarm of gnats.
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9 There is a perfect swarm and an excellent one there.
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10 These words fell upon the buzzing of the groups, and produced on them the effect caused on a swarm of bees by the first drops of a storm.
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11 But others swarm up; nor meanwhile do stones nor any sort of missile slacken.
12 High atop of it, wonderful to tell, bees borne with loud humming across the liquid air girt it thickly about, and with interlinked feet hung in a sudden swarm from the leafy bough.
13 In the centre were visible the brazen war-fleets of Actium; thou mightest see all Leucate swarm in embattled array, and the waves gleam with gold.
14 The roadway was blocked with the immense stream of commerce flowing in a double tide inward and outward, while the footpaths were black with the hurrying swarm of pedestrians.
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15 These infernal people seem to think that there are no rights of property, and that they can swarm where they like with their papers and their bottles.
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