The wind swept the hood of her cape about her head and he could smell the fragrance of her hair.
The night was thick, and the wind swept furiously up from the sea.
But her lips were blue, and she shivered as the wind swept around the corner.
Then the wind swept up from the river, now turning red in the sunset.
The wind swept harder and damper over the malarious lowland.
The autumn wind swept through his hair, and blew open his coat.
On the hill in the little churchyard, a tempest of wind swept across the graves.
The night wind swept in cold and pure, with the dew of the mountain in it.
In a moment the wind swept down upon them, and the storm was at hand.
A few blocks were cut and set, but the wind swept them away as if they were chips.