Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Dried by the heat of the summer.
“They ate in silence as the river rushed by on the right and the summer-dried hills flashed by on the left.”
“Early in the new year the roads were good, and Isak started carting down his loads of wood to the village; he had his regular customers now, and the summer-dried wood fetched a good price.”
“There was no one, of course, nothing but miles of summer-dried grass, miles of leaden sky, miles of emptiness and the miniature forms of the distant sheep.”
“It came to him in fragments of strings and errant horn sequences, echoing off the brown summer-dried hills and blurred by the white noise of traffic carrying up from the Hollywood Freeway.”
“Like a summer-dried fountain When our need was the sorest.”
“From a corner behind some fishing-rods she salvaged a pair of summer-dried snowshoes; they had facilitated many”
“You have to seize your time some day just now, while the low ground 's summer-dried as it is to-day, and before the fall rains set in.”
“You have to seize your time some day just now, while the low ground's summer-dried as it is to-day, and before the fall rains set in.”
“It was a gravelly spot where he had fallen, and he saw in a moment that it was the summer-dried channel of a mountain rill.”
“These were the birds we sought after in winter; but we could shoot for the table all the year round, for no sooner was it the duck's pairing and breeding season than another bird-population from their breeding - grounds in the arctic and sub-arctic regions came on the scene -- plover, sandpiper, godwit, curlew, whimbrel, -- a host of northern species that made the summer-dried pampas their winter abode.”
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