“Camp Nichols may well be called a trysting-place of heroes.”
“The hut, also, though a little repaired, and somewhat better furnished, was certainly the place of his confinement; and he now recollected on the common moor of Tully-Veolan the trunk of a large decayed tree, called the trysting-tree, which he had no doubt was the same at which the Highlanders rendezvoused on that memorable night.”
“A roof collapses on a restaurant known as a trysting spot on Valentine's Day, interrupting whatever romance plans the doctors might have had.”
“The little theatre is a kind of trysting-place for lovers in humble life, and there is a great deal of amusing drama going on between the acts, in which the invariable Beppo and Nina of the Venetian populace take the place of the invariable Arlecchino and Facanapa of the stage.”
“The big gum tree in front of the church tent soon became a kind of trysting place on Sundays, at which men could meet with old acquaintances and shipmates, and convicts could find old pals.”
“The hotel we were trysting in was tall, with an optional stairway for people who hated elevators.”
“What would be interesting to know is if Bob Lutz believes this (further) trysting with the government will benefit the company, or merely lead to massive interference from incompetent meddlers.”
“As for the smut, few settings inspire ill-advised trysting like celebrations of undying fidelity.”
“I am thinking of your Braise, and hope the trysting couple returns asap.”
“Photos: Food, Beauty and Romance in Paris Alamy Once a Belle Epoque trysting place, Lap é rouse is where where "it-girls" mingle with Old Guard.”
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