Shortly afterwards they turned in at the gate of "The Brackens."
Every sough of the wind among the brackens was a dread presage.
The day was cloudy, raw, and cold, and a stern north wind whistled among the brackens of the hills.
The others gathered austerely around him, and strong Rob stood still among the brackens.
As an indication of the quality of imagination possessed by the owners, the place was called "The Brackens."
Honora, not free from a certain uneasiness of conscience, led the way to the Brackens, flanked by Mr. Grainger and Mr. Cuthbert.
We passed through patches of brackens five feet high and gingers in flower, and were in a damp cloud all day.
His dress was entirely brown, the color of the brackens, and his head covered with frizzled red hair.
The country is covered with brackens, and rivulets occur at least one every hour of the march.