1 Frantically she cast about in her mind for some other topic of conversation which would not be so personal but which would divert Mr. O'Hara from the purpose of his trip.
2 People who did not like him said that after every trip he made to Atlanta, prices jumped five dollars.
3 Rhett, who was preparing to leave for Wilmington for another trip abroad, departed with a grin on his face.
4 It was a ghastly trip home, with Aunt Pitty crying into her handkerchief, Melanie sitting erect and white and Scarlett slumped, stunned in the corner of the carriage.
5 These Uncle Peter loaded into the carriage and drove to the hospital, making trip after trip until the old horse was lathered.
6 It's no trip for a woman in a delicate condition.
7 I doubt if she could stand the trip.
8 But, at least, she had the money with which to buy the clothes, a horse and wagon for the trip, and perhaps Pork could make the trip without getting caught.
9 And there were plenty of old folks that couldn't stand the trip and sick folks that ought not to have been moved and ladies who were-- well, ladies who hadn't ought to be moved either.
10 Pork had been almost worthless since the trip, so proud was he of returning safely with his wagon-load of dress goods, seed, fowls, hams, side meat and meal.
11 But she did not upbraid him on his return, for she was happy that he had made the trip successfully and pleased that he brought back so much of the money she had given him.
12 Why, goodness, it took days riding on a train to make the trip and if Ashley was walking, like these men.
13 For an instant Scarlett envisaged her trip to Atlanta and her conversation with Rhett with Mammy glowering chaperonage like a large black Cerberus in the background.
14 Surely I have the right to know, after your little trip out to the jail not long ago.
15 She had made the long trip to Gettysburg after the battle to bring back Darcy's body but no one had been able to tell her where he was buried.