We noted not the dim lake of Auber,(Though once we had journeyed down here) We remembered not the dank
tarn of Auber, Nor the ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir.
Trent stood upright, wiped the dank
sweat from his forehead and gazed around him fiercely, and upwards at that lurid little patch of blue sky.
For the most part it was a silent forest, lush and dank
, where only occasionally a wood-pigeon cooed or snow- white cockatoos laughed harshly in laborious flight.
For untold ages, oppressed by protean fear, I am aware of wandering, endlessly wandering, through a dank
and soggy wilderness, where poisonous snakes struck at us, and animals roared around us, and the mud quaked under us and sucked at our heels.
The Arangi was a labour-recruit ship that carried the new-caught, cannibal blacks from remote islands to labour on the new plantations where white men turned dank
and pestilential swamp and jungle into rich and stately cocoanut groves.
, cold air comes out from the black arch before them.
These were destroyed by their own hands and passed to the dank
house of chill Hades, and left no name: terrible though they were, black Death seized them, and they left the bright light of the sun.
But seared deepest of all in Bassett's brain, was the dank
and noisome jungle.
It was dark, and had a dirt floor for the most part, dank
, clammy, and aguish, only here a board and there a board which would not bear removal.
But at last the tardy morning broke and a sick and feverish Tarzan wound sluggishly through the dank
and gloomy mazes of the forest in search of water.
And he breathed the breath of the house--a dank
savour rather than a smell --a cold, musty effluvium as from underground vaults mingled with the reeking exhalations of linoleum and mildewed and rotten woodwork.
It was indeed a paradise compared to the bleak forest, my former residence, the rain-dropping branches, and dank
It was not without reason that he took these pains, for his dress was dank
and drenched with wet, his jaws rattled with cold, and he shivered from head to foot.
When I - ' It seized him again; and he stood up, holding by the mantel-shelf, as he pressed his dank
cold hair down with a hand that shook as if it were palsied.
And everything so vaunted the spoiling influences of water--discoloured copper, rotten wood, honey- combed stone, green dank
deposit--that the after-consequences of being crushed, sucked under, and drawn down, looked as ugly to the imagination as the main event.