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delicacy
used in Gone with the Wind

7 uses
  • What a burden modesty and delicacy were!
    5.51 (61% in)
  • So Charles Hamilton spent his wedding night in an armchair in the corner, not too unhappily, for he understood, or thought he understood, the modesty and delicacy of his bride.
    1.7 (28% in)
  • Delicacy forbids my putting more concerning him on paper.
    1.7 (96% in)
  • Since the return of her wedding ring, Melanie had felt that Rhett was a gentleman of rare refinement and delicacy and she was shocked at this remark.
    2.12 (29% in)
  • This was no time for delicacy but it was hard to bring out the words with the ears of hundreds of strange men listening.
    3.21 (72% in)
  • Or have I been misinformed about the delicacy of our Southern womanhood?
    4.36 (34% in)
  • They pretended to great delicacy, modesty and innocence.
    5.49 (93% in)

There are no more uses of "delicacy" in Gone with the Wind.

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