1 She looked so small and pinched, in her poor dress, with the red scarf wound about her, and the cold light turning her paleness sallow, that Ethan stood before her without speaking.
2 By a devious track between the fields they wound back to the Starkfield road.
3 Scarlett and her father each assured the other solemnly that to bring such matters to the ears of Ellen would only hurt her, and nothing would induce them to wound her gentleness.
4 It's easier to walk with a leg wound than with dysentery.
5 He was trying to smile but his face was as white and drawn as a man bleeding from an internal wound.
6 She found Carey Ashburn on the bottom layer of wounded in an ox cart, barely alive from a bullet wound in his head.
7 Scarlett felt a small pain in her heart as of nerves numbed by a deep wound, struggling to make themselves felt again.
8 The windlass creaked slowly as the rope wound up, each creak bringing the bucket nearer the top.
9 She could have ground her heel into the gaping wound which had been his nose and taken sweet pleasure in the feel of his warm blood on her bare feet.
10 "Oh, it wasn't so bad, just a flesh wound," he said deprecatingly.
11 Now he looked like a little old man, so bent was he by the wound in his hip.
12 Her sweet sympathy and her bright-eyed interest in every word he uttered were balm upon the wound left by Suellen's supposed defection.
13 The edge in his voice spoke of a raw, unhealed wound that ached within him and his words brought shame to her eyes.
14 But for his wound, they'd be headed for Texas by now--all of them--but he couldn't ride far and they wouldn't leave him.
15 As the full impact of the meaning smote her, Melanie became so embarrassed that she fumbled with the bandage until it slid off the wound entirely.