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abstract
used in Gone with the Wind

3 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
abstract thought
Definition of a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance

or more rarely:

describing someone as distracted — thinking about something outside of the immediate conversation or circumstances
  • Besides, she was too unhappy now to pursue an abstraction.
    1.6 (24% in)

There are no more uses of "abstract" flagged with this meaning in Gone with the Wind.

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exact meaning not specified
  • Archie and Scarlett were a queerly assorted pair, the truculent dirty old man with his wooden peg sticking stiffly out over the dashboard and the pretty, neatly dressed young woman with forehead puckered in an abstracted frown.
    4.42 (30% in)
  • He was sixty years old and his crisp curly hair was silver-white, but his shrewd face was unlined and his hard little blue eyes were young with the unworried youthfulness of one who has never taxed his brain with problems more abstract than how many cards to draw in a poker game.
    1.2 (48% in)

There are no more uses of "abstract" in Gone with the Wind.

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