“It was more Malibu than Cape Cod, the only thing in sight not covered with weathered gray, or soon-to-be-weathered, cedar shingles.”
“At this instant, a voice at the doorway shouted the words, ` ` Hide, hide away somewhere, Mother Moulton, for the Red - coats are in sight this minute! '”
“Adèle now petitioned to go down; but I took her on my knee, and gave her to understand that she must not on any account think of venturing in sight of the ladies, either now or at any other time, unless expressly sent for: that Mr. Rochester would be very angry, etc.”
“Nurgazy sped along at a constant 60 miles per hour or more, overtaking everything in sight and nudging other drivers out of his way by dint of the sheer bulk and headlong speed of the Mercedes.”
“Slow and heavy passed the time while the carriage was conveying Mr. Eldridge home; and yet when he came in sight of the house, he wished a longer reprieve from the dreadful task of informing Mr. and Mrs. Temple of their daughter's elopement.”
Charlotte Temple, a tale of truth; reprinted from the rare first American edition (1794), over twelve hundred errors in later editions being corected, and the preface restored; with an historical and biographical introduction, bibliography, etc., by Francis W. Halsey.
“Over rolling prairies, without wood on the trail, although generally in sight on the right or left, with occasional small ponds and several bad sloughs, across which the wagons were hauled over by hand to Lake Henry -- a handsome, wooded lake; good wood and grass; water from small pond; not very good.”
“When the force came in sight of Hanover Court House, horses and men were observed.”
“The rock was in sight from my tent-door for eight weeks, and grand as it was at first, and grander still as it became, I could never make it look half a mile high.”
“Just in the edge of twilight, and when we were a little way this side of Coon Creek, where we had changed horses again, we came in sight of a large fire.”
“Undulating prairie, rich soil, covered with a heavy growth of grass, with small ponds and marshes; woods continue in sight a short distance on the left of Elbow Lake, a well wooded lake, of form indicated by its name.”
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