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Gone with the Wind
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  • They fervently hoped so, at any rate.
  • He left home with his mother’s hasty kiss on his cheek and her fervent Catholic blessing in his ears, and his father’s parting admonition, "Remember who ye are and don’t be taking nothing off no man."
  • She wished fervently that Uncle Peter were with her so he could go down to headquarters and learn the news.
  • She fervently wished she had paid more attention to the whispered conversations of matrons on the subject of childbirth.
  • But even with this thought, she would pray fervently that he would remain indefinitely.
  • Families with sons at the front prayed fervently that their boys were not in Pennsylvania, but those who knew their relatives were in the same regiment with Darcy Meade clamped their teeth and said it was an honor for them to be in the big fight that would lick the Yankees for good and all.
  • But Scarlett flung it off, wishing fervently that she could roar as loudly as Gerald used to roar when in a temper.
  • Yas’m, Ah sho is," Prissy agreed fervently.

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  • a fervent desire to change society
  • a fervent admirer

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