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  • But as a sensible, new-risen poet says, whom I have been reading this morning: —

    A Changed Man

  • The sun, new-risen, set the paper-thin stone of the bedchamber windows glowing.

    A Shadow in Summer

  • Jeremiah will lead the Fire-flies to stream continuously through the Tent in a narrow band, here and there to gather in glass Globes, concentrating their light to the Yellow of a new-risen Moon. ENSIGN CHEER.

  • An exclamation escaped his lips, for there before him was the new-risen moon, a perfect globe, vast and red.

    New Grub Street

  • Across the city, a tall dark figure walked out from the unlighted eastern tower, illumined by starlight and the new-risen moon.

    The Lioness

  • No sun stood new-risen in the heavens, but rather a great, blindingly burnished crown, a gleaming sword hanging through it.

    The Courts of Chaos

  • Legolas gazed ahead, shading his eyes from the level shafts of the new-risen sun.

    The Lord of the Rings

  • Did you ever see flounces? did you ever witness expansion? have your eyes ever beheld the -- so to speak -- new-risen sun trailing clouds of glory over the threshold of the dawn?

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 102, April, 1866

  • The dews lay heavy on the moss and heather, and, as we neared the top of the ridge, glittered brightly in the new-risen sun; while here and there the mists, forming themselves into round balls, gradually rolled up the sides of the hills, and, mounting like balloons, disappeared in the blue sky.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, No. 382, October 1847

  • Now, of our well-beloved rising and new-risen generations, how many thousands may there be in these islands who have read the Dunciad?

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 58, Number 358, August 1845


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