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Two miles away, in the middle of the plain, appeared a ruin of adobe walls, guttered and fissured by the weather.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
Juneau has an annual rainfall of nine feet; the streets are guttered: indeed the streets are gutters in some cases.
OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS TO ALASKACHARLES WARREN STODDARD
She went up with her head whirling, a dry sensation in her throat, a guttered frightened feeling in her breast.
At first her eyes could make little of the inner murk, where both lamp and fire had guttered low and gray shadows held dominance.
A PAGAN OF THE HILLSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
The candles flickered and guttered in the draught; the wavering light cast strange shadows over the dead man's face.
UNDER FALSE PRETENCESADELINE SERGEANT
The last candle burned down to its socket and guttered out, and then the spectres flitted back to their rooms.
Nor was there a word spoken until Will had struck a match and lit the guttered candle stuck in the neck of a whiskey bottle.
THE ONE-WAY TRAILRIDGWELL CULLUM
This does not, however, mean that the border was guttered, but that the whole lip instead of lying in one plane was arched.
A crown of angry red formed upon the candle wick, which toppled over in the socket and guttered out with a sharp hiss.
A FOREGONE CONCLUSIONWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
His eyes were like lamps burned low, and the wrinkles under them had guttered into misery.
TIVERTON TALESALICE BROWN

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