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solicitous
used in Gone with the Wind

5 uses
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Definition
showing care or concern for someone
  • Some of them were on crutches and how proud were the girls who solicitously slowed their steps to their escorts' hopping pace!
    2.9 (25% in)
  • ...swearing as the mules struggled through the ruts; gray-clad couriers dashed spattering through the streets from one headquarters to another, bearing orders and telegraphic dispatches; convalescents limped about on crutches, usually with a solicitous lady at either elbow; bugle and drum and barked orders sounded from the drill fields where the recruits were being turned into soldiers; and with her heart in her throat, Scarlett had her first sight of Yankee uniforms, as Uncle Peter...
    2.8 (35% in)
  • He picked up her black fan from the counter and began fanning her solicitously, too solicitously, his face grave but his eyes still dancing.
    2.9 (59% in)
  • He picked up her black fan from the counter and began fanning her solicitously, too solicitously, his face grave but his eyes still dancing.
    2.9 (59% in)
  • The weeks were packed with work and worry and the handicaps of increasing pregnancy, with old friends growing cooler and her family increasingly more kind, more maddeningly solicitous and more completely blind to what was driving her.
    4.38 (64% in)

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