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used in Gone with the Wind

15 uses
  • She threw out her hands to him, palms up, in the age-old gesture of appeal and her heart, again, was in her face.
    5.63 (86% in)
  • Thus appealed to, Jeems gave up further pretense of not having overheard the conversation and furrowed his black brow.
    1.1 (50% in)
  • There was something vital and earthy and coarse about him that appealed to her.
    1.2 (54% in)
  • There was something exciting about this town with its narrow muddy streets, lying among rolling red hills, something raw and crude that appealed to the rawness and crudeness underlying the fine veneer that Ellen and Mammy had given her.
    2.8 (59% in)
  • She stroked Scarlett's arm appealingly and Scarlett stared at her.
    2.9 (52% in)
  • She looked appealingly at the two girls who kept their eyes cast down and then hopefully toward Uncle Peter's erect back.
    2.12 (85% in)
  • She opened cracking lips and whispered appealingly: "Water."
    3.24 (9% in)
  • Yelping, Prissy raised her head and peering over the side of the wagon saw it was, indeed, a cow, a red and white animal which stood looking at them appealingly with large frightened eyes.
    3.24 (28% in)
  • Her father's arm still lay in the crook of hers, helpless, appealing, trusting, as only the hands of the very young and the very old can be.
    3.24 (51% in)
  • Scarlett, sick and miserable in the early stage of pregnancy, alternated between a passionate hatred of the bluecoats who invaded her privacy, frequently carrying away any little knick-knack that appealed to them, and an equally passionate fear that Tony might prove the undoing of them all.
    4.37 (46% in)
  • The fact that she was a woman frequently worked in her favor, for she could upon occasion look so helpless and appealing that she melted hearts.
    4.38 (9% in)
  • She knew no man should tell such stories to his wife but they were entertaining and they appealed to something coarse and earthy in her.
    5.48 (45% in)
  • Appealing to a mother's pride!
    5.57 (25% in)
  • So Bonnie had her blue velvet habit with a skirt that trailed down the pony's side and a black hat with a red plume in it, because Aunt Melly's stories of Jeb Stuart's plume had appealed to her imagination.
    5.59 (18% in)
  • She knew now that there was no appeal of emotion or reason which would turn that cool brain from its verdict.
    5.63 (90% in)

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