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cower
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Gone with the Wind
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  • Just imagine what Pittypat and Melly cowering in their beds would think, should Captain Butler come upstairs!
  • Melanie stirred feebly, her hands seeking the baby, and Wade covered his eyes and cowered, too frightened to cry.
  • Her black brows rushed together to meet in a sharp angle over her nose and Frank cowered, almost visibly.
  • CHAPTER XIX In those first days of the siege, when the Yankees crashed here and there against the defenses of the city, Scarlett was so frightened by the bursting shells she could only cower helplessly, her hands over her ears, expecting every moment to be blown into eternity.
  • She would have to cower at the seat of judgment and answer for that lie she told him coming back from the Yankee camp in his buggy.
  • The truth stood out boldly and she cowered away from it.

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  • She cowered in fear.
  • She cowered behind her big sister.

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