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deed
used in Gone with the Wind

12 uses
  • But then, one of Ashley's unselfish temperament goes about the world doing so many good deeds that you can't expect him to remember all of them.
    5.57 (63% in)
  • Gerald looked crestfallen and embarrassed, as always when caught in a kind deed, and Scarlett laughed outright at his transparency.
    1.2 (58% in)
  • The stranger shoved in all his chips and followed with the deed to his plantation.
    1.3 (34% in)
  • Once a man had been her beau, she never lost the conviction that he belonged to her, and all his good deeds redounded to her credit.
    2.10 (51% in)
  • You'd still be the broken-hearted widow of Charles Hamilton and famed for your good deeds among the wounded.
    2.13 (73% in)
  • She wondered why, knowing that even a month before she could never have done the deed.
    3.26 (44% in)
  • Now that the deed was done, she realized this with a wave of homesickness hard to dispel.
    4.36 (10% in)
  • Oh, yes, like two good deeds in a naughty world.
    4.41 (46% in)
  • And if he does turn them up, then I'll kill him, if it's the last deed of m' life.
    4.45 (41% in)
  • How wonderful to know someone who was bad and dishonorable and a cheat and a liar, when all the world was filled with people who would not lie to save their souls and who would rather starve than do a dishonorable deed!
    4.47 (24% in)
  • He accused himself of deeds she did not understand; he mumbled the name of Belle Watling and then he shook her with his violence as he cried: "I've killed Scarlett, I've killed her.
    5.56 (84% in)
  • I never go about the world doing good deeds if I can avoid it.
    5.57 (74% in)

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