Thesaurus / barrens

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Finally, we came to a little ditch which some forgotten cranberry-grower had dug through the barrens to a long-deserted bog.

Everyday AdventuresSamuel Scoville

Started as soon as daylight; about seven miles more of barrens without a house or trace of civilization.

An Artilleryman's DiaryJenkin Lloyd Jones

On the hillsides facing the river, where there were barrens, we found more.

Fifty Years a Hunter and TrapperEldred Nathaniel Woodcock

The journey proved a long and trying one, through swamps and barrens, and over rock-tumbled knolls.

Brothers of PerilTheodore Goodridge Roberts

We bes four poor men from 'way to the nor'ard, sir, a-huntin' deer on the barrens.

The Harbor MasterTheodore Goodridge Roberts

Never had the thought of sacrificing Fleur as a last resort entered the mind of Marcel in the lean days on the barrens.

There were only two settlements in The Barrens, and depots were to be erected there.

Ralph on the EngineAllen Chapman

For some reason they were unwilling to leave a small chain of barrens.

Wilderness WaysWilliam J Long

The word spread all up and down the river and into the back settlements, and folks would come from out of the barrens to see it.

Back HomeIrvin S. Cobb

The bottom-lands through which the river wound to the southwest were more inviting than the barrens he had traversed.

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