1 That thrust had frightened him more than any vague insinuations about Denis Eady.
2 Of late, however, there had been no room in his thoughts for such vague apprehensions.
3 There was really, even now, no tangible evidence to the contrary; but since the previous night a vague dread had hung on his sky-line.
4 "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.
5 From the beginning of the discussion he had instinctively avoided the mention of Mattie's name, fearing he hardly knew what: criticism, complaints, or vague allusions to the imminent probability of her marrying.
6 Especially vague were her recollections of the time between her acceptance of Charles and her wedding.
7 His were doubly confusing because she had a vague idea there was truth in them.
8 To make matters worse, a vague distrust of those in high places had begun to creep over the civilian population.
9 She had a vague memory of one of Aunt Pitty's stories of a friend who was in labor for two days and died without ever having the baby.
10 As she took the whisky from him and held it to her mouth, she saw his eyes follow her, a vague stirring of disapproval in them.
11 Whenever Scarlett raised her voice in reproof, he went weak with fright as his vague childish memory brought up the horrors of the first time she had ever done it.
12 Suellen and Carreen giggled and even Gerald's face wore a vague smile.
13 He was gravely deferential to the vague Gerald but it was to Scarlett that he turned as the real head of the house.
14 His eyes were less vague than usual as they followed her swishing figure about the room and he patted her approvingly whenever she was within reach.
15 They were gay, wealthy people, very much like Rhett's New Orleans friends, elegant of dress, free with their money, vague as to their antecedents.