fountain

[ foun-tn ]SEE DEFINITION OF fountain

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOUNTAIN

Then he moved from the fountain in the direction of the Strand.

Perhaps the sweet drip of the fountain cooled his hot thoughts.

Only the fountain and the shadows and the artist's brush moved there.

They pay for the farm of this fountain about fifty crowns per annum.

And why they came toward the Fountain at all is a mystery; for they had no business there.

It was hard by the fountain, and the peasants suspended their operations to look at him.

I sank upon the steps; every pore in my body was a fountain of cold sweat: "Have whom?"

One day he came to drink from a fountain with some thirsty doves who were his friends.

The next morning he was seen again at the fountain; after that he came every day.

He was found the next morning by the nine Muses drinking at their fountain.

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