She bade him look at the way things massed
themselves--look at the amazing colours, look at the shapes of the trees.
By the time we got to stone-throwing, the Fire People had massed
thick at the base of the cliff.
The shore was massed
with mangroves and dense, tropical vegetation.
Then, when my big mental guns had overturned all opposition, and were growling almost inaudibly away on the horizon of pure speculation, the routed enemy straggled in upon their rear, massed
silently into a solid phalanx, and captured me, bag and baggage.
I paused and a buzz of animated comment ran through the massed
men beneath me.
Her rings were still on her fingers, her massed
yellow hair had not yet been taken down.
At daybreak next morning he was thunderstruck to see that this stray handful of English, entirely unsupported from their rear, had flung themselves across the river, half by a bridge to the right, and the other half by a ford higher up, and were massed
upon the marshy bank below him.
As wage slaves, toiling early and late, and living abstemiously, we could not save in threescore years--nor in twenty times threescore years--a sum of money sufficient successfully to cope with the great aggregations of massed
capital which now exist.