- n. Plural form of berg.
“Rise the bergs, now overtoppling like great fountains in the air,”
“Till the bergs, before his finger, fall back ghostlike, and are gone!”
“Penguins and seals cavort across the ice bergs blocking our way, but our ice-class ship just can't break through.”
“The route tackles many of the cobblestones and bergs featured in the Tour of Flanders, including a triple passage over a new sector at Haaghoek.”
“But the sound increased with the momentum, and soon the whole island was shaking and quivering with the shock of the grinding bergs.”
“The sun was not idle, and the steaming thaw washed the mud and foulness from the bergs till they blazed like heaped diamonds in the brightness, or shimmered opalescent-blue.”
“Whilst searching for the ice bergs, I came across this breathtaker, from here:”
“We crossed the foothills and descended into the flats which stretched for a few hundred meters and ultimately gave way to the icy chop and towering, pointed bergs far out into the sea.”
“The Greens went, and we all sat watching the bergs again.”
“Sprinters have a field day, with a week of sprint friendly stages across the bergs of Belgium and Holland.”
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