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  • Garric looked behind him at the vine-grown wall that had been the arch through which he entered this garden.

    Lord of the Isles

  • The grounds within the vine-grown fence were well manicured.

    Lord of the Isles

  • Of course I did miss it, but I doubled back and found it, an old vine-grown house with a suggestion of New England about it.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • She was so dear, it seemed, to Dionysos, that his vine-grown ship would glide by starlight to the water-stairs, and he would come to her in the shape of a black-haired man.

    The Bull From The Sea

  • Moses Grant sat in his vine-grown arbor one fine afternoon in August.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 1, July, 1862

  • Yet Moses Grant had sat unmoved in his vine-grown arbor.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 1, July, 1862

  • For a few moments she leaned against the vine-grown stones gazing away into the moonlit distance.

    The Coming of the King

  • The mission walls, the inside court, the roomy, vine-grown portico, all the detail of foliage here had been elaborated skilfully, with the touch of an artist.

    The Rim of the Desert

  • The tank-tracks had ended against the vine-grown side of the ravine, what he had smelled had been lubricating oil and petrol, and the leaves on some of the vines hung upside down.

    Hunter Patrol

  • Melancholy reminders of this splendor exist even now in the shape of a crumbled ruin here and there, a lichened pillar, an occasional porcelain urn in its place atop a vine-grown bit of wall.

    Rainbow's End

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