I think every acre of land suitable for garden or field cultivation is taken.
"I wish I had an acre for every good thrashing I got when I was a boy," he commented drily.
It is a quiet spot, but without gloom, as befits "God's Acre."
Tableland there is none except little patches of less than an acre.
This was forty rods, or poles, and four of these furrows made up the acre.
A hide in England meant about 120 acres, though “the size of the acre varied.”
Gras gives 1.35 quarters as the acre produce, or nearly 11 bushels.
We offered ten shillings an acre for it, the then market-price.
"Eight bolls to the acre maybe, but no straw to spake of, sir," said Csar.
A high wall surrounded an inclosure of a quarter of an acre.