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Gone with the Wind
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  • "I wish to Heaven I was married," she said resentfully as she attacked the yams with loathing.
  • If he had said he loathed her, she could not have been more frightened.
  • And not wear black? I loathe funeral crepe.
  • She had immediately loathed nursing but she could not escape this duty because she was on both Mrs. Meade’s and Mrs. Merriwether’s committees.
  • Suellen looked with weak loathing at her older sister, feeling sure Scarlett said these things just to be mean.
  • No one in Atlanta could have loathed the Yankees more than she, for the very sight of a blue uniform made her sick with rage, but even in the privacy of her family she kept silent about them.
  • Some day when she was very rich and her money was hidden away where the Yankees could not find it, then, then she would tell them exactly what she thought of them, tell them how she hated and loathed and despised them.

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  • I make New Year’s resolutions every year and then loathe myself for breaking them.
  • I loathe that man. He ruined my life.

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