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  • She would have preferred to stay where she was, separated from most of the other guests by the rose-hung pergola which was Jim's pride and joy, but Jim already had his hand on her arm and she couldn't refuse.

    Yesterday's Echoes

  • "He is closing in on his goal," a quiet voice said from the rose-hung shadows of the pillars.

    The Silent Tower

  • "A rather charming village, don't you think?" said Sir Charles, pointing with his tasselled cane to a particularly attractive rose-hung cottage.

    The Altar Steps

  • The stage was screened in a rose-hung lattice that had denuded the conservatories of Newcastle and

    A Hoosier Chronicle

  • Askern's grandsons was "artistic" -- of the rose-hung cottage in Wales to which, on the old Earl's death, his daughter-in-law, Guy's mother, had retired.

    The Hermit and the Wild Woman

  • Grace Allen sat thoughtfully looking out of the rose-hung window of the boathouse.

    Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895

  • He went round to the front of the house directly the droning had ceased, and was in the way when Dr. Doddleson and Mr. Sheldon came out of the rose-hung porch.

    Charlotte's Inheritance

  • The journey was soon performed, and in almost perfect silence; for, in addition to the natural fatigue felt by the party, the past adventure hung like a cloud over their spirits till they reached the rose-hung porch just in the dusk of evening.

    Hollowdell Grange Holiday Hours in a Country Home

  • By many a rose-hung hedgerow, till we reach the sun-burnt ridge

    Poems By the Way

  • And her nurse went down to meet her as she came by the rose-hung fence,

    The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs

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