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Gone with the Wind
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  • Melanie smiled at him through sparkling tears while Scarlett felt the fox of wrath and impotent hate gnaw at her vitals.
  • He smothered a grin, as from the corner of his eye he saw her bosom heave with silent wrath.
  • Even while she felt the hot blood of wrath still in her cheeks, something in Scarlett’s practical mind prompted the thought that what this man said was right, and it sounded like common sense.
  • "You’d be glad to do without me if you knew what I really think of you," thought Scarlett sourly, wishing there were some other person than Melanie to help ward off Gerald’s wrath.
  • Frequently she flared into open wrath under his expert baiting, for she had Gerald’s Irish temper along with the deceptive sweetness of face she had inherited from Ellen.
  • As always when his mockery aroused wrath within her, wrath fought with laughter at his impudence.
  • As always when his mockery aroused wrath within her, wrath fought with laughter at his impudence.
  • Scarlett said nothing for she was still burning with the wrath she had not exploded in the Yankee women’s faces.
  • The crowd stood in the hot sun as if enchanted to the ground and whatever wrath they had felt for Suellen was forgotten.
  • Scarlett’s heart emptied itself of wrath about Ashley.
  • Wrath mingling with her tears she had been unable to answer and Sam had volunteered that she was just scared.
  • "My God, India!" cried Melanie and even in her wrath, Scarlett was stunned to hear Melanie take the Lord’s name in vain.
  • Another thought that stung them to impotent wrath was the knowledge that the Yankees and Carpetbaggers would laugh.
  • But you believe in a God of Wrath and that’s what’s important at present.
  • "Oh, you are impossible!" she cried in wrath, not caring if Mammy did hear.
  • Not a lady present thought her capable of wrath.
  • So she swallowed her wrath with poor grace and pretended indifference.
  • But Melanie faced her wrath.
  • He looked down into Scarlett’s tear-stained face and some of the wrath faded but it was still hard and set.
  • Scarlett swallowed her wrath and watched Melanie take the baby.
  • I’d like to crack their heads together! She swallowed her wrath and tried to assume an aloof air of dignity but with little success.
  • But there are other scoundrels who masquerade under the cloak of the blockader for their own selfish gains, and I call down the just wrath and vengeance of an embattled people, fighting in the justest of Causes, on these human vultures who bring in satins and laces when our men are dying for want of quinine, who load their boats with tea and wines when our heroes are writhing for lack of morphia.

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  • She could hardly contain her wrath when she learned he had betrayed her.
  • She fear’s the wrath of God.

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