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  • There streamed a sunbright vapour, like the standard 45

    The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • The pattern he had seen in the glass was spread before him without limit here: a twilit skyland city, ringed by sunbright brown fields and huddled villages; and to one side, a silver mirror anchored by a winding, dun-colored thread Oreb fluttered from his shoulder as he gaped and disappeared into the twilight.

    Calde of the Long Sun

  • The pattern he had seen in the glass was spread before him without limit here: a twilit skyland city, ringed by sunbright brown fields and huddled villages; and to one side, a silver mirror anchored by a winding, dun-colored thread Oreb fluttered from his shoulder as he gaped and disappeared into the twilight.

    Calde of the Long Sun

  • A band concert in the Tuileries Gardens, the sounds climbing through the sunbright air ...

    The Courts of Chaos

  • I was half blinded but before I closed my eyes I saw the sunbright bolts of energy leaping toward the fortress.

    Planet Mechanica

  • Winds are glancing from sunbright Lancing to Shoreham, crowned with the grace of years;

    Highways & Byways in Sussex

  • The rumble of the tires on the packed sand of the road, the murmur of the command car's engine, spinning oilily, and lit by tiny sunbright flashes deep in the hollows of the hot metal.

    The Hills of Home

  • Together they fronted the winds and the quick showers and the bright rays, saw the rainbow lift over the dark sea, watched its passionate colour die and the sunbright foam fade to pearly dimness or break over water turned to vivid blue.

    Secret Bread

  • Thou art thou: and thy sunbright brow is hers that blasted the strength of Spain.

    Lyra Heroica A Book of Verse for Boys

  • From the great mere set round with sunbright mountains

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 26, September, 1880

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