A man's health requires as many acres of meadow
to his prospect as his farm does loads of muck.
When she awoke next morning she determined to set out and find the witch; so she wandered on for many a day, and at last she reached the flowery meadow
and found the hut where the old witch lived.
I have a dim memory of the foot of a Martian coming down within a score of yards of my head, driving straight into the loose gravel, whirling it this way and that and lifting again; of a long suspense, and then of the four carry- ing the debris of their comrade between them, now clear and then presently faint through a veil of smoke, receding interminably, as it seemed to me, across a vast space of river and meadow
Then she drove on the geese, and sat down again in the meadow
, and began to comb out her hair as before; and Curdken ran up to her, and wanted to take hold of it; but she cried out quickly:
It was the sight of a score of figures moving slowly about the meadow
near the bank of the mighty river.
He looked happily at the line of fires, with people grouped about them, and the colour of the flames against the night; at the end of the meadow
was a line of great elms, and above the starry sky.
Prince Andrew, pale and gloomy like everyone in the regiment, paced up and down from the border of one patch to another, at the edge of the meadow
beside an oatfield, with head bowed and arms behind his back.
So the wooden animal trotted on again and the meadow
grass was so soft under the wheels that it made easy riding.
Coming toward him down the meadow
was an aeroplane piloted by the black Usanga and in the seat behind the pilot was the white girl, Bertha Kircher.
Looking onward as I reached the middle of th e meadow
, I perceived on its further side, towering gaunt and black in the night, a lofty arch or gateway, without walls at its sides, without a neighboring building of any sort, far or near.
A SHEPHERD, watching his Ass feeding in a meadow
, was alarmed all of a sudden by the cries of the enemy.
My way led through Pleasant Meadow
, an adjunct of the Baker Farm, that retreat of which a poet has since sung, beginning,--
Then there's a very big wych-elm--to the left as you look up--leaning a little over the house, and standing on the boundary between the garden and meadow
One evening went Zarathustra and his disciples through the forest; and when he sought for a well, lo, he lighted upon a green meadow
peacefully surrounded with trees and bushes, where maidens were dancing together.
Sorry as Konstantin Levin was to crush down his mowing grass, he drove him into the meadow