1 Zeena took the view that Mattie was bound to make the best of Starkfield since she hadn't any other place to go to; but this did not strike Ethan as conclusive.
2 "No, Pa, I'm no tattletale like Suellen," she assured him, standing off to view his rearranged attire with a judicious air.
3 For this and other reasons, Gerald's family was not inclined to view the fatal outcome of this quarrel as anything very serious, except for the fact that it was charged with serious consequences.
4 All the people Ellen had known in Savannah might have been cast from the same mold, so similar were their view points and traditions, but here was a variety of people.
5 But Ellen took a more tolerant and long-sighted view of the matter.
6 As she stood before the mirror and twisted herself about to get a side view, she thought that there was absolutely nothing about her figure to cause her shame.
7 Finally the business section fell behind and the residences came into view.
8 Mrs. Meade mounted her carriage block and craned her neck for a view of the baby, but the doctor, disregarding the mud, plowed through to the side of the carriage.
9 And there's the long view down the road to the river, across the cotton fields, and the mist rising from the bottom lands in the twilight.
10 The more sentimental were inclined to view that the black sheep of the Butler family had repented of his evil ways and was making an attempt to atone for his sins.
11 Her hoop caught on the wheel and for a moment the crowd at Five Points had a flashing view of petticoats and pantalets.
12 After a long while Prissy came into view, alone, switching her skirts from side to side and looking over her shoulder to observe the effect.
13 As she rounded the corner of the Atlanta Hotel and came in full view of the depot and the tracks, she halted appalled.
14 She fled up the stairs to her own room and hung out the window for a better view.
15 He came into view and the light of the lamp showed him plainly.