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Gone with the Wind
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  • It was twisted askew and most of the prisms were broken, as if the Yankee occupants had made their beauty a target for their boots.
  • She looked about the crowd, picking out friends and neighbors, Mrs. Meade with her bonnet askew and her arm through that of fifteenyear-old Phil; the Misses McLure trying to make their trembling upper lips cover their buck teeth; Mrs. Elsing, erect as a Spartan mother, betraying her inner turmoil only by the straggling gray locks that hung from her chignon; and Fanny Elsing white as a ghost.
  • As they jolted slowly down the darkening road, her head on his shoulder, her bonnet askew, she had forgotten the Gerald of the last two years, the vague old gentleman who stared at doors waiting for a woman who would never enter.

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  • She came out of the water with her glasses askew but still on her head.
  • The earthquake left our pictures hanging askew.

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