Hogs and poee-poee were baking in numerous ovens, which, heaped up with fresh earth into slight elevations, looked like so many ant-hills
At length a real river greeted the gaze of our travellers, and, by the enormous ant-hills
seen in its vicinity, the doctor recognized the Benoue, one of the great tributaries of the Niger, the one which the natives have called "The Fountain of the Waters.
I knew this common very well; it was for the most part very uneven ground, covered with heather and dark-green furze bushes, with here and there a scrubby old thorn-tree; there were also open spaces of fine short grass, with ant-hills
and mole-turns everywhere; the worst place I ever knew for a headlong gallop.
At night, when the remainder of the beggar horde slept, when there was no longer a window lighted in the dingy façades of the Place, when not a cry was any longer to be heard proceeding from those innumerable families, those ant-hills
of thieves, of wenches, and stolen or bastard children, the merry tower was still recognizable by the noise which it made, by the scarlet light which, flashing simultaneously from the air-holes, the windows, the fissures in the cracked walls, escaped, so to speak, from its every pore.
In this dilemma, Uncas lighted on the furrow of the cannon ball, where it had cut the ground in three adjacent ant-hills
I have a weakness for picnics, especially in winter, when the mosquitoes cease from troubling and the ant-hills
are at rest; and of all my many favourite picnic spots this one on the Baltic is the loveliest and best.
So, the next time you find yourself gazing into the middle distance, or using that towering ant-hill
to complete a stalk on your quarry, consider the amazing feat of nature it represents.
Once, during a camp, somebody lighted a fire near an ant-hill
McIlroy posted a 65 that included being attacked by ants after his ball came to rest beside an ant-hill
So many of us live our busy little ant-hill
lives without ever noticing the gigantic universe beyond the anthill.
There follow paragraphs aplenty of council-speak to inspire us worker ants to keep our ant-hill