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They presently emerged into the clump of sumach bushes, looked warily out, found the coast clear, and were soon lunching and smoking in the skiff.
They had come upon a whole clump of crocuses burst into purple and orange and gold.
if ye knew but how hard your captain were this day bested, how soon should I see my banner at the head of your clump of spears
Mowgli drove them on to the edge of the plain where the Waingunga came out of the jungle; then he dropped from Rama's neck, trotted off to a bamboo clump, and found Gray Brother.
Then a woman, if that name could be applied to the indefinable being who suddenly issued from a clump of bushes, pulled away the cow by its rope.
Before the ape drank he cautioned the boy to be watchful; but as he drank he raised his head from time to time to cast a quick glance toward a clump of bushes a hundred yards away upon the opposite side of the water hole.
When we had got some little distance away, we went into a clump of trees, and struck a match, and looked at the child's throat.
They stopped under a clump of bananas, the fruit of which, as healthy as bread and as succulent as cream, was amply partaken of and appreciated.
I crawled out almost immediately, and crouched, my feet still in the water, under a clump of furze.
After shutting the gate behind them, I pretended to return to the house, but I immediately went out a back door, and stealing along in the shade of the hedge, I gained yonder clump of elder, from which I could hear and see everything.
They came to an opening behind a clump of bushes and in the midst of a pile of rocks, by which a man could scarcely pass.
If forced to fight in a salt-marsh, you should have water and grass near you, and get your back to a clump of trees.