1 For a tense moment, there was silence.
2 Even Melanie, now great with child, forgot her modesty and worked feverishly side by side with Prissy, Cookie and Scarlett, her face as tense as any of the wounded.
3 Secretly she was just as frightened as he was, but it angered her to be reminded of it every minute by his tense, drawn face.
4 He leaned back carelessly in his chair and looked into her tense face and his own dark face was inscrutable.
5 For a moment the air was tense.
6 She was born in the middle of a week when frenzied excitement gripped Atlanta and the air was tense with expectation of disaster.
7 Mrs. Trenor sharply corrected the tense.
8 Sometimes she one-stepped demurely; sometimes, in dread of life's slipping past, she turned into a bacchanal, her tender eyes excited, her throat tense, as she slid down the room.
9 There was a look of excitement upon her face, of tense effort, as of one struggling mightily, or witnessing a struggle.
10 St. Clare, like most men of his class of mind, cordially hated the present tense of action, generally; and, therefore, he was considerably annoyed by Miss Ophelia's downrightness.
11 Indicative mood, present tense.
12 He was pale and tense, withdrawn into himself, and obstinately determined to save his country and his own position, let it be Lloyd George or who it might.
13 But his voice was a little tense when he spoke to her, and he began to be silent whenever she was present.
14 She saw his eyes, tense and brilliant, fierce, not loving.
15 The man looked down in silence at the tense phallos, that did not change.