1 "If there's going to be any trouble I want to be there," was his vague reflection, as he threw to Jotham the unexpected order to unhitch the team and lead them back to the barn.
2 His mother had been a talker in her day, but after her "trouble" the sound of her voice was seldom heard, though she had not lost the power of speech.
3 Of late, however, since he had reasons for observing her more closely, her silence had begun to trouble him.
4 But their evening together had given him a vision of what life at her side might be, and he was glad now that he had done nothing to trouble the sweetness of the picture.
5 "I don't want you should trouble either," he said, looking down into her eyes with a smile.
6 I swear, darkies are more trouble.
7 He had been drinking and wore the arrogant looking-for-a-fight expression that she knew from experience meant trouble.
8 Lucky for Ashley that he had an unassailable reputation for courage, or else there'd be trouble.
9 The trouble with most of us Southerners," continued Rhett Butler, "is that we either don't travel enough or we don't profit enough by our travels.
10 Probably India had been pleading with him not to follow Mr. Butler and make trouble.
11 All Scarlett O'Hara has ever done has been to stir up trouble and try to get other girls' beaux.
12 But she'd already acted common enough today, enough like white trash--that was where all her trouble lay.
13 But Scarlett, had she wished to speak, could have told them that it was a far different and more complex trouble.
14 When a Southerner took the trouble to pack a trunk and travel twenty miles for a visit, the visit was seldom of shorter duration than a month, usually much longer.
15 "Most of them would look a lot finer in gray uniforms and in Virginia," she said, and she did not trouble to lower her voice.