1 "Maybe she's forgotten it," Mattie said in a tremulous whisper; but both of them knew that it was not like Zeena to forget.
2 It had always been so soothing to Scarlett to hear her mother whisper, firmly but compassionately, as she tiptoed down the hall: "Hush, not so loudly."
3 Prompted by Mammy's hoarse whisper, Jack set his fly-brush in the corner and removed the dishes, while Mammy fumbled in the sideboard drawer for Ellen's worn prayer book.
4 And the voice went off into a whisper as the granddaughter slipped out to try to induce Mr. McRae to return to his seat in the shade.
5 Her hand was behind her, still holding the knob, when Honey Wilkes' voice, low pitched, almost in a whisper, came to her through the crack of the opposite door leading into the bedroom.
6 Even the feel of Ashley's kiss upon her cheek, even Melanie's soft whisper, "Now, we're really and truly sisters," were unreal.
7 As he hesitatingly approached the bed she spoke in a hoarse whisper.
8 Already people were beginning to whisper, asking why they were not with Lee.
9 She saw the doctor lean down from the platform and whisper something to Rhett Butler.
10 "It's a fine way you've acted, Pa," she began in a furious whisper.
11 She hurried down in the darkness to grasp his cold wet hand and hear him whisper: "They're after me-- going to Texas--my horse is about dead--and I'm about starved."
12 They were too well bred to whisper but they shifted on their feet and stared at Carreen's bowed head.
13 "Sew," commanded Archie in a hoarse whisper and the three women, nerved by Melanie's cool voice, picked up their sewing and bowed their heads.
14 Then there had been tiptoeing feet and hushed voices, muffled knocks on the door, neighbors rustling in to whisper sympathy and occasional sobs from Frank's sister who had come up from Jonesboro for the funeral.
15 As she waddled, she switched herself and from her skirts came the whisper and rustle of silk.