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  • It represented a large lady going along a serpentining up-hill gravel-walk, to attend a little church.

    Doctor Marigold

  • As soon as they had gone Christopher moved from his hiding, and, avoiding the gravel-walk, returned to his coachman, telling him to drive at once to Anglebury.

    The Hand of Ethelberta

  • This alcove fronts the longest gravel-walk in the garden, so that they saw me all the way I came, for a good way: and my master told me afterwards, with pleasure, all they said of me.

    Pamela

  • A broad gravel-walk ran from end to end of the facade, terminating in a large conservatory.

    Two on a Tower

  • “Oh!” and begins to ask about the new gravel-walk along the cliff, and whether it is completed, and if the China pig fattens kindly upon the new feed.

    The Newcomes

  • He nearly knocked down two little children, who did not indeed reach much higher than his knee, and were trotting along the gravel-walk, with their long blue shadows slanting towards the east.

    The History of Pendennis

  • Instead of marching boldly in at his own door, and throwing himself upon a bench, and waiting to be waited upon, he left the narrow gravel-walk (which led from the horse gate to the front door) and craftily fetched a compass through the pleasure beds and little shrubs, upon the sward, and in the dusk, so that none might see or hear him.

    Mary Anerley

  • And so she left him standing alone in the middle of the gravel-walk.

    Doctor Thorne

  • Then he passed on quickly, and made his way out to the gravel-walk by the river-side.

    John Caldigate

  • A little stream of light travelled out under the verandah, and fell over the gravel-walk.

    The Woman in White

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