"I wish you were entirely independent of Austin," said Viviette, walking with him up the lawn.
There were tables under the trees on the lawn, and a new sign on the gate.
Catherine and Sidney remained on the lawn; the rest followed the host.
And such is life-love on the lawn and settlements in the parlour.
They were to dine on the lawn, in a large marquee, and to dance in the evening.
Then she broke off to say: "Here they come, just across the lawn, in front of us."
"He's been runnin' lawn mowers all summer," observed Jim reflectively.
Halfway down the lawn he halted and laid his hand heavily on her wrist.
A vicious kick given to a stone on the lawn emphasized the remark.
Back he circled, across the drive to the other lawn, and again she headed him off.