creeper-covered love



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  • He flushed but did not speak, and I moved over to the window and stood looking down upon the creeper-covered walls and the smooth turf.

    Movie Night

  • Beyond Christian, on the other side of the garden, Cassandra noticed something glinting against the creeper-covered wall.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • I loved the way you had to lean into that wind if you crossed the back lawn to the creeper-covered dunny in the middle of the night.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • It had a broad mossy bowling-green, and round about it were creeper-covered arbors amidst beds of snap-dragon, and hollyhock, and blue delphinium, and many such tall familiar summer flowers.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • In the evening he went as usual to the creeper-covered house.

    The Brown Fairy Book

  • Nylan stopped short of the creeper-covered wall, now only calf-high.

    The Chaos Balance

  • After tying both mares to trunks that were noticeably thicker than the day before, the two walked slowly toward the creeper-covered wall that was measurably lower than the day before.

    The Chaos Balance

  • There's nothing left but a tumble of creeper-covered building stone.

    Cold Copper Tears

  • Past it lay the long creeper-covered north wall of the old playroom, and I walked along there and round into the rear garden.

    Hot Money

  • The wooden figure outside the curio dealer's shop pointed up his master's steps, and did no one any wrong, but the awful fixed finger of changeless fact indicated the creeper-covered bungalow of the Rev. Francis Heath.

    The Pointing Man A Burmese Mystery


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