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Pamela took to flight—noiseless and rapid—among the bosky corners and walks of the old garden.
ELIZABETH'S CAMPAIGNMRS. HUMPHREY WARD
Suddenly in a bosky dell, I stood face to face with Sir Roland, and his sister.
A sudden sound from these bosky recesses set every nerve of the fugitives a-quiver.
THE ORDEALCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
In the summer we would put in the afternoon catching trout in Dale Creek or gathering maiden-hair ferns in the bosky dells.
It was open, and they looked down the road which was darkened over with long bosky shadows.
THE EUROPEANSHENRY JAMES
Before her ran the little trail, vanishing at last into the bosky depths below.
Westerly the distant range hid the bosky canada which sheltered the mission of San Pablo.
But here, in the unsylvan section of Chicago which bears the bosky name of Englewood, the very darkness had a strange quality.
HALF PORTIONSEDNA FERBER
We are presently driving through a bosky wood, and the driver touches his hat to remark that we are nearly there now, he thinks.
Milton in Comus uses bosky bourn in the same sense perhaps with Shakespeare.

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