1 Scarlett dispatched Mammy to Tara immediately for the triple purpose of giving Will the money, announcing her marriage and bringing Wade to Atlanta.
2 As he approached he looked up at the triple row of windows, wondering boyishly which one of them was hers.
3 Their triple glare was paralyzing.
4 They glowered with bent brows, but dangerously, upon some of the officers, more particularly upon the red-bearded one with the voice of triple brass.
5 They found the object beneath a triple linen cloth, like some consecrated paten.
Les Misérables 2 By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 6: CHAPTER IX—A CENTURY UNDER A GUIMPE
6 The Bel-Air, that top story of the New Building, was a sort of large hall, with a Mansard roof, guarded with triple gratings and double doors of sheet iron, which were studded with enormous bolts.
Les Misérables 4 By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 6: CHAPTER III—THE VICISSITUDES OF FLIGHT
7 Love is the sublime crucible wherein the fusion of the man and the woman takes place; the being one, the being triple, the being final, the human trinity proceeds from it.
Les Misérables 5 By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 6: CHAPTER II—JEAN VALJEAN STILL WEARS HIS ARM IN A SLING
8 Milady frowned slightly; a scarcely visible cloud passed over her brow, and so peculiar a smile appeared upon her lips that the young man, who saw and observed this triple shade, almost shuddered at it.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In 31 ENGLISH AND FRENCH
9 For princely Alcides the avenger came glorious in the spoils of triple Geryon slain; this way the Conqueror drove the huge bulls, and his oxen filled the river valley.
10 But Caesar rode into the city of Rome in triple triumph, and dedicated his vowed offering to the gods to stand for ever, three hundred stately shrines all about the city.
11 It was Mistress Hibbins, who, arrayed in great magnificence, with a triple ruff, a broidered stomacher, a gown of rich velvet, and a gold-headed cane, had come forth to see the procession.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel HawthorneContext Highlight In XXII. THE PROCESSION
12 This triple paradox in Mr. Washington's position is the object of criticism by two classes of colored Americans.
13 And the stores and warehouses along the railroad track near the depot, which were part of her inheritance, had tripled in value since the war began.
14 In a single decade the cotton output increased four-fold and the value of lands was tripled.