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  • Drifted to skim the flat of her stomach, pleased with the shiver that met his agile fingers.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Drifted toward the floor before she snatched it back.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Drifted trees are often found deep in the base of large dunes when a new cycle of waves erodes the sands.

    Wildwood

  • I found a recipe for New England Hermits in a one page flyer for Drifted Snow "Home-Perfected" Flour which includes a coupon for Friendship tablespoons which expired April 15, 1942.

    Seeking Hermits

  • Drifted around the West for a bit, then came up here.

    State of the Union

  • Drifted to the edge of consciousness, he hardly knew if it were in sleep that he smelled the scent of a cigar, and seemed to see a shape in the blackness before his closed eyes.

    To Let

  • Drifted the sound of a violin and we hurried back to the farm.

    The Hiring Fair

  • Drifted sand lay against the pillars and in a thinner sheet across most of the floor.

    Lord of the Isles

  • Drifted prone on the flood by the wreck of the child.

    War Poetry of the South

  • MR. EDWIN HODDER, the author of the new serial, "Drifted into Port," which begins in this number, is an English gentleman, and he wrote this story, not only to tell the adventures of his heroes and his heroines, but to give American boys and girls an idea of life at an English school.

    St. Nicholas, Vol. 5, No. 5, March, 1878

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