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Gone with the Wind
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  • Melly had hurled herself into his arms crying incoherently, holding him as though she would never let him go.
  • A thousand incoherent thoughts shot through her mind, and she could not catch a single one to mold into a word.
  • Sho is—" Prissy burst into tears and incoherent mumblings: "Poke!
  • Sometimes her sisters seemed far away and tiny and their incoherent voices came to her like the buzz of insects.
  • She sprang to her feet with an incoherent cry which made the hum of voices in the next room cease suddenly.
  • Her heart leaped and stopped and then began racing, as Melly with incoherent cries threw herself into the dirty soldier’s arms and his head bent down toward hers.
  • Her mind rushed incoherently here and there, thinking how soon the flames would spread up Peachtree Street and burn this house, how soon the Yankees would be rushing in upon her, where she would run, what she would do.
  • It was hard to see the small arms going around his neck and hear the choking voice relate what had frightened her, when she, Scarlett, had gotten nothing coherent out of her.
  • "No! No!" Incoherent for a moment she leaped to her feet and running to him caught his arm.

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  • She is more coherent now than she was just after the accident an hour ago.
  • Her argument is coherent.

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