There is the spook of an old vagabond who sleeps in dingles in phantom greenwoods.
There's bluebells blowing in the dingles, and cuckoo-buds no end.
Without admitting Dingles claim at all, we considered a settlement the easiest way.
The sun, though up and brisk already upon sea and foreland, had not found time to rout the shadows skulking in the dingles.
Variety and beauty were lent to it by an occasional knoll crowned with timber, or by numerous ferny dells and dingles.
Hermits are not fond of living in dingles, amongst wolves and foxes; for how in that case could they dispose of their poultry?
“Fine places would some of these dingles prove for hermitages,” said I to Martin of Rivadeo.
Her dimpled cushion features, and very intent eyes gazing out of the knolls and dingles, were given without caricature.
The howling of the winds in the cwms and dingles which run down the p. 13mountain on every side was really appalling.
I think there are no “dingles” anywhere nearer London than the midlands; none in name, although there may be many in fact.