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  • How can I make you realize the glorious, bountiful, sun-steeped tropics under our cold grey skies, and amidst our pale, monotonous, lustreless greens?

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • Through these we rode up shallow valleys to a crest; and then by like valleys down the far side, whence we issued abruptly, from dark, tossed stone-heaps into the sun-steeped wideness of a plain.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • On the under-sides of the arches moved the slow, water-illumined shadows, till the sun-steeped stone glowed Eke living gold.

    Madam Will You Talk

  • He used to come to Madrid for the winter to escape the damp of England, and revelled in the warmth and freshness of that sun-steeped air.

    Spanish Life in Town and Country

  • "Mr. Frazer writes powerfully and well, and seems to have an intimate acquaintance with the sun-steeped land, and the strange beings who people it."

    Wild Nature Won By Kindness

  • Fair land (she sang), O sun-steeped realm of mine,

    Lilith The Legend of the First Woman

  • The throstle's call, the calm of sun-steeped days,

    The Path of Dreams Poems

  • Through the still, mild air, across the sun-steeped gardens, came the voices of the children --

    Cecilia de Noël

  • But, oh, to touch it for a moment, to sit anywhere on the summer mould, to pull down the sun-quivering, sun-steeped branches about me, to scent the fresh grass as it springs to the light!

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 11, No. 67, May, 1863

  • There is an effervescence of life in the clear air, and the sun-steeped walls of stone are resonant with the cheerful noise of young voices.

    The Invader A Novel

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