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Anon I heard a boisterous shout, which seemed to proceed from the entrance of the dingle.
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
I felt relieved for a moment; I was no longer in the horrid dingle.
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
Its northern extremity terminates in a precipice, hanging over a most romantic dingle.
So this farm was called Dingle Farm till the people around about got saying 'Dingley' instead.
BEAUTIFUL JOEMARSHALL SAUNDERS
How much she had become part of his life in the dingle he did not seem to realise until after she had left him.
If he left later, then those things which tend to confirm his story of the life in the Dingle do not fit in, as will be seen.
The dingle was occupied; men and horses were everywhere in the lane; and the hounds were closing in above the gorse.
So, leaving his accustomed haunts, he crossed the furze-clad dingle, and watched near a large warren in the open.
Passing through Salisbury, he travels northward and encamps in a dingle, where he is poisoned by his old enemy Mrs. Herne.
THE ROMANY RYEGEORGE BORROW
He then arose, and without further salutation departed from the dingle, in which I never saw him again.
THE ROMANY RYEGEORGE BORROW

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