She did not mention this meeting at home (though she discovered that, thanks to the upset, her new dress was much damaged by the rivulets of dressing that meandered
down the skirt), but went through with the preparations which now seemed more irksome than before, and at twelve o'clock all was ready again.
After crossing a low vale, through which a gushing brook meandered
, he suddenly ascended a hill, so steep and difficult of ascent, that the sisters were compelled to alight in order to follow.
Then we meandered
pleasantly away toward the hermit holes in sociable converse together, and better friends than ever.
A few lofty Scotch firs grew hard by upon a knoll; a clear fountain near the foot of the knoll sent up a miniature streamlet which meandered
in the heather.
As it meandered
among rocks and precipices, they were frequently obliged to ford it, and such was its rapidity that the men were often in danger of being swept away.
Through it there meandered
a glorious river for several thousands of miles.
It was a vast stretch of country, sparkling with golden light, with cities in the distance; and through it meandered
the silver ribband of the river.
She always went by way of the swamp; it was a lovely place -- a boggy soil, green with the greenest of mossy hillocks; a silvery brook meandered
through it and spruces stood erectly, their boughs a-trail with gray-green mosses, their roots overgrown with all sorts of woodland lovelinesses.
The country through which the road meandered
, was rich and beautiful; the weather very fine; and for many miles the Kaatskill mountains, where Rip Van Winkle and the ghostly Dutchmen played at ninepins one memorable gusty afternoon, towered in the blue distance, like stately clouds.