The Conies are but a feeble folk, yet they make their houses in the rocks.
Everywhere among the bowlders were whistling rock-rabbits, or conies.
My grandfather can call to mind the time when only the conies lived upon this rock.
The Conies are but a feeble folk, yet make they their houses in the rocks.
We will show these conies of Cynwyl that we are not afraid of them.
As I looked about me I could not see grass enough to feed a pair of conies for a winter.
Varro speaketh of a towne in Spaine that was ouerthrowne by conies.
After all, what you say only conies to this, that you are interested in the problem of human life.
We must be wise as the conies, and build our nest in the cleft of the Rock of Ages.
I said, 'Why, there's some poacher fellow popping at the conies!'