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  • Beyond the valley to the west was an enormous hill, on the top of which was a most singular-looking crag, seemingly leaning in the direction of the south.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • She showed us dark passages, a gloomy apartment in which Welsh kings and great people had been occasionally confined, that strange memorial of the good old times, a drowning pit, and a large prison room, in the middle of which stood a singular-looking column, scrawled with odd characters, which had of yore been used for a whipping-post, another memorial of the good old baronial times, so dear to romance readers and minds of sensibility.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • Passing through Llanwrda, a pretty village with a singular-looking church, close to which stood an enormous yew, I entered a valley which I learned was the valley of the Towey.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • As we went along I stopped to gaze at a singular-looking hill forming part of the mountain range on the east.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • This ‘very singular-looking man,’ as Mrs. Small afterwards called him, was of medium height and strong build, with

    The Man of Property

  • At the far end of a handsome wainscoted room, near the hearth in which a low fire was burning, beside a small table on which stood four waxlights, in tall silver candlesticks, sat a singular-looking old man.

    Uncle Silas

  • The curtains above were stirred, and a second after a window opened, a head popped out, and two singular-looking eyes dwelt on me.


  • On a low seat, chatting to her as I came up, was a very handsome and rather singular-looking girl, fair, with a light golden-tinted hair; and a countenance, though then grave enough, instinct with a certain promise of animation and spirit not to be mistaken.

    Wylder's Hand

  • They had very nearly reached the bottom of the sea, when they noticed a singular-looking object floating some distance in front of them.

    Dick, Marjorie and Fidge A Search for the Wonderful Dodo

  • He was a tall, thin, singular-looking lad, about fifteen years old, with a pale face.

    Charlie Scott or, There's Time Enough


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