1 One cold winter morning, as he dressed in the dark, his candle flickering in the draught of the ill-fitting window, he had heard her speak from the bed behind him.
2 The winter morning was as clear as crystal.
3 During the winter months there was no stage between Starkfield and Bettsbridge, and the trains which stopped at Corbury Flats were slow and infrequent.
4 He had often thought since that it would not have happened if his mother had died in spring instead of winter.
5 A mournful peace hung on the fields, as though they felt the relaxing grasp of the cold and stretched themselves in their long winter sleep.
6 He gazed blankly about the kitchen, which looked cold and squalid in the rainy winter twilight.
7 He fell asleep, and when he woke the chill of the winter dawn was in the room.
8 It was one of the days when the glitter of winter shines through a pale haze of spring.
9 That was all; but all their intercourse had been made up of just such inarticulate flashes, when they seemed to come suddenly upon happiness as if they had surprised a butterfly in the winter woods.
10 He wanted to get the feeling of it into his hand, so that it would sleep there like a seed in winter.
11 This was a section that knew the chill of winter, as well as the heat of summer, and there was a vigor and energy in the people that was strange to her.
12 The army, driven back into Virginia, went into winter quarters on the Rapidan--a tired, depleted army since the defeat at Gettysburg-- and as the Christmas season approached, Ashley came home on furlough.
13 Scarlett shivered as she watched him run down the walk to the carriage, his saber glinting in the feeble winter sunlight, the fringe of his sash dancing jauntily.
14 But the South had needed the cheering news from Chickamauga to strengthen its morale through the winter.
15 Gerald had changed from a wealthy man to a man who was wondering how he would feed his family and his negroes through the winter.