1 Tell me, said Scarlett enthusiastically, hoping for the worst.
2 And, worst of all, she had burned two blisters on her fingers helping Pittypat and Cookie make layer cakes for raffling.
3 But he remained annoyingly unloverlike and, worst of all, seemed to see through all her maneuverings to bring him to his knees.
4 Scrapes about women, several shootings, gun running to the revolutionists in Central America and, worst of all, professional gambling were included in his career, as Atlanta heard it.
5 He seemed to take pleasure not only in affronting the sincere and red-hot loyalties of Atlanta but in presenting himself in the worst possible light.
6 Chloroform was so scarce now it was used only for the worst amputations and opium was a precious thing, used only to ease the dying out of life, not the living out of pain.
7 There was fear in every heart but, now that they knew the truth, now that the worst had happened, now that the war was in their front yard, a change came over the town.
8 It was as though, the worst having happened, they had nothing more to fear.
9 "You're a fool nigger, and the worst day's work Pa ever did was to buy you," said Scarlett slowly, too tired for anger.
10 She thought without surprise, looking down from her height, that her shoulders were strong enough to bear anything now, having borne the worst that could ever happen to her.
11 And Scarlett was not surprised to see them, these kinsmen who had taken the worst that fate could send and hammered it into the best.
12 But it was better to know the worst than to wonder.
13 Child, it's a very bad thing for a woman to face the worst that can happen to her, because after she's faced the worst she can't ever really fear anything again.
14 Ah, well, that's been fifty years ago, as I said, and since that time I've never been afraid of anything or anybody because I'd known the worst that could happen to me.
15 He could not bring himself to tell them the worst.