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  • It has a large low-vaulted interior, with the carts and wagons of the muleteers at the right of the entrance, and beyond these the stalls of the mules where they stood chewing their provender, and glancing uninterestedly round at the intruders, for plainly we were not of the guests who frequent the place.

    Familiar Spanish Travels 2004

  • It was a low-vaulted, sombre little Cloister which all the chattering, animated crowds could not brighten.

    Cathedrals and Cloisters of the South of France, Volume 1 Elise Whitlock Rose

  • He waved away the guard and led us through a padded arcade into a low-vaulted audience room, windowless and gloomy.

    Wandl the Invader Ray Cummings 1922

  • They stood in a low-vaulted, narrow passageway through what appeared to be rock.

    Daughter of the Sun A Tale of Adventure Jackson Gregory 1912

  • There was a seduction in the desert winds, in the low-vaulted skies with their decorative schemes of constellations.

    Children of the Desert Louis Dodge 1911

  • St. - Fargean in Février's low-vaulted cellar café in the Palais Royal.

    All About Coffee 1909

  • The book-shelves are painted white, and reach to the low-vaulted ceilings, which are white-washed.

    Figures of Several Centuries Arthur Symons 1905

  • In the West, moreover, it is the custom to leave the low-vaulted past and build more stately mansions as fast as the increasing purse will permit.

    Jewel Weed Alice Ames Winter 1904

  • Here on benches and in piles about the floor of the low-vaulted room had been gathered those fragments of statue and moulding that a pious search could rescue from the débris around the cathedral.

    The World Decision Robert Herrick 1903

  • It is not the thickness of the fog; it is rather a contraction of the horizon, a mysterious veiling of the shores with clouds that seem to make a low-vaulted dungeon around the running ship.

    The Mirror of the Sea Joseph Conrad 1890


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