This way and that her yards were swung round; starboard and larboard, she continued to tack; now she beat against a head sea; and again it pushed her before it; while all the while, her masts and yards were thickly
clustered with men, as three tall cherry trees, when the boys are cherrying among the boughs.
"Oh, curse my official position," he exclaimed thickly
. "If you want proof of what I say you shall have it in less than five minutes.
No wonder that, as soon as the land was enclosed, it became thickly clothed with vigorously growing young firs.
Yet the advantage of plumed seeds no doubt stands in the closest relation to the land being already thickly clothed by other plants; so that the seeds may be widely distributed and fall on unoccupied ground.
On the farther bank from me the trees rose thickly
again, and shut out the view, and cast their black shadows on the sluggish, shallow water.
Two-thirds of the way up were completed when the rain was exchanged for GNILLIC, with which the BODEN was thickly
covered, and before we arrived at the top the GNILLIC and mist became so thick that we could not see one another at more than twenty POOPOO distance, and it became difficult to pick our way over the rough and thickly
"If you could help me get my clothes off," he suggested meekly and thickly
. "I got 'em on before I stiffened up."
It had the same long regularly graded retreating slope from above the brows, which were likewise very projecting, like two long promontories thickly
wooded on top.
The fire burned in the grate; a lamp was set lighted on the chimney shelf, for even in the houses the fog began to lie thickly
; and there, close up to the warmth, sat Dr.
And whether it is that the word "storm" should not be pronounced upon the sea where the storms dwell thickly
, or because men are shy of confessing their good hopes, it has become the nameless cape - the Cape TOUT COURT.
It was a long, not very broad strip of cultured ground, with an alley bordered by enormous old fruit trees down the middle; there was a sort of lawn, a parterre of rose-trees, some flower-borders, and, on the far side, a thickly
planted copse of lilacs, laburnums, and acacias.
From it there were outspread two pairs of wings- each wing nearly one hundred yards in length -- one pair being placed above the other, and all thickly
covered with metal scales; each scale apparently some ten or twelve feet in diameter.
Sometimes the paint is thickly
applied and agitated, making for a certain provocative painterliness.
Designed by the Melbourne-based architect/artist partnership of Michael Bellemo and Cat MacLeod for their own recreational use, the house is a surreal presence in the thickly
wooded coastal landscape of south-west Victoria.
Still others will be frustrated by a pedantic and awkward writing style, which causes discussions of patronage, artistic intent, and iconography to be presented in a thickly
structured -- and sometimes fractured -- syntax.