Aimless also, I turned into the Mall, and again I started at the sight of a known figure.
They walked slowly, still talking, until they came to the end of the Mall.
There were more men at work on the Mall and along the streets on either side.
I told him everything you told me, out on the Mall, the day you came home.
“The Mall is where the fine people walk in the afternoon,” she said.
Hence the Mall and Pall-Mall, where games like croquet were played.
“They be good eggs, Tabitha, and Mall wist well how to dress them,” he urged.
In the summer evenings these fields are almost the sole promenade; and the Mall, or public walk of the town is entirely deserted.
On went Ferrers, and soon found himself in the Mall of the Park.
The trees of the Mall are shaking their heavy tears upon me.