So saying, he strode away through the leafy forest glades
until he had come to the verge of Sherwood.
us strode hastily down the forest glade
, driving before him, with the assistance of Fangs, the whole herd of his inharmonious charge.
As he spoke, the forest pathway along which they marched opened out into a green glade
, which sloped down towards the river.
Taking the rope and leading the way, I passed through a glade
of tangled vines and bushes that ran between two wooded knolls.
Then they followed the cow-path through more woods and thickets and scattered glades
, and dropped down the hillside to where the farm-house, poised on the lip of the big canon, came into view only when they were right upon it.
He learned where the wild deer, in their season, were to be found; when they raided the prune-orchard, the vineyards, and the apple-trees; when they sought the deepest canyons and most secret coverts; and when they stamped out in open glades
and on bare hillsides and crashed and clattered their antlers together in combat.
They kept to the brush and trees, and invariably the man halted and peered out before crossing a dry glade
or naked stretch of upland pasturage.
was a cemetery, this hole a tomb, this oblong object the body of the man who had died in the night
With hot heart I took the green winding path, and presently came the little grassy glade
, and the bubbling crystal well, and the hut of wattled boughs, and, looking through the open door of the hut, I saw a lovely girl lying asleep in her golden hair.
In a little moonlit glade
ahead of him the great ape was bending over the prostrate form of the woman Tarzan sought.
At the dinner in the glade
she had not failed to notice--what every body else had passed over--the absence at the festival of the hostess's brother-in-law; and more remarkable still, the disappearance of a lady who was actually one of the guests staying in the house: in plainer words, the disappearance of Mrs.
Very softly down the glade
runs a waiting, watching shade, And the whisper spreads and widens far and near; And the sweat is on thy brow, for he passes even now-- He is Fear, O Little Hunter, he is Fear!
After going through the wood for about a mile and a half they came out on a glade
where troops of Tuchkov's corps were stationed to defend the left flank.
Beyond was an open glade
, and in this were five of the most extraordinary creatures that I have ever seen.
Then while the whole glade
was filled with the savory smell of roasting venison and fat capons, and brown pasties warmed beside the blaze, and mulled wine sent forth a cordial fragrance, Robin Hood placed the Sheriff upon a knoll beneath the largest oak and sat himself down by him.