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although
used in Gone with the Wind

22 uses
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  • Her heart always ached with pity for him, although she was almost too tired and sleepy to feel anything.
    5.56 (74% in)
Other Uses (with this meaning)
  • Although born to the ease of plantation life, waited on hand and foot since infancy, the faces of the three on the porch were neither slack nor soft.
    1.1 (7% in)
  • Although they considered themselves Scarlett's favored suitors, they had never before gained tokens of this favor so easily.
    1.1 (39% in)
  • Scarlett seemed to be paying little attention to what they said, although she made the correct answers.
    1.1 (41% in)
  • "Clayton Wild Cats," "Fire Eaters," "North Georgia Hussars," "Zouaves," "The Inland Rifles" (although the Troop was to be armed with pistols, sabers and bowie knives, and not with rifles), "The Clayton Grays," "The Blood and Thunderers," "The Rough and Readys," all had their adherents.
    1.1 (80% in)
  • She did not want to be fair, although she knew what he said was true.
    1.6 (73% in)
  • Gerald was ominously silent although he kissed Scarlett and pinched Melanie's cheek approvingly and called her "Cousin Melly.
    2.10 (44% in)
  • There was nothing to do but invite him to stay, although Aunt Pitty knew how the doctor and Mrs. Meade felt about him and how bitter Fanny was against any man not in uniform.
    3.17 (12% in)
  • Aunt Pitty had her share, although she protested that it was most unbecoming to have strange men in the house when Melanie was in a delicate condition and when gruesome sights might bring on premature birth.
    3.17 (43% in)
  • She sat up slowly, pulling down her skirts, although she knew no one could see her in the darkness.
    3.22 (73% in)
  • "The house was saved by the combined accents of the second Mrs. Calvert and that Yankee overseer of hers, Hilton," said Old Miss, who always referred to the ex-governess as the "second Mrs. Calvert," although the first Mrs. Calvert had been dead twenty years.
    3.26 (63% in)
  • It so frightened her that she feared to sleep, although she feverishly told herself there was nothing in such a dream to be afraid of.
    3.28 (27% in)
  • Although Pitty had written that Atlanta was garrisoned and the streets full of soldiers, the first sight of the bluecoat startled and frightened her.
    4.33 (5% in)
  • Although he was a prisoner and the Yankees were in the next room, it came to her suddenly that Rhett Butler was a dangerous man to run afoul of.
    4.34 (64% in)
  • Ashley was doing little better with convicts than he had done with free labor, although why, he was unable to tell.
    4.42 (98% in)
  • A queer little pang of jealousy jabbed at her at the thought of Rhett getting married, although why that should be she did not know.
    4.43 (17% in)
  • Although her door was open she could hear no sounds from below stairs.
    4.47 (1% in)
  • Pitty, for once, took a hint, although with none too good grace.
    4.47 (19% in)
  • He was the real reason she did not want to marry again, although she had no objections to Rhett and at times was genuinely fond of him.
    4.47 (53% in)
  • Somewhere deep in her was the desire to keep herself for him, although she knew he would never take her.
    4.47 (54% in)
  • But the store palled on her for the first time and, although the business was treble what it had been the year before and the money rolling in, she could take no interest in it and was sharp and cross with the clerks.
    5.56 (2% in)
  • Had she not been so surprised at Ashley's windfall, Scarlett would have taken up this gauntlet, although while at Tara she had decided that never again would she permit herself to be involved in any quarrel with Rhett about Ashley.
    5.57 (64% in)

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