With one hand she indicated the prairie that billowed away to the skyline.
She says it is because it is “billowed in another greater and gentler sort.”
It speaks of wood or stream, of billowed sky, and now of sombre shadow.
The floor beneath them rocked and billowed like the waves of a canvas sea.
Uncle William beamed on the water that billowed before and behind.
It billowed up and up, and rolled in huge clouds about the lofty roof.
Yesterday she billowed towards the south, all gray and blue.
A moment later, bundles of metal ribbons floated out and billowed into a giant umbrella.
It spread about her and billowed out until it almost hid the little bed and the child upon it.
The mists were closing in on Anstice once more, the hungry sea which billowed round him threatened to engulf him body and soul.