As soon as Wenlock could approach the governor, he inquired for his friends, the Meads.
"I love Mrs. Lambert," cried Pauline, dancing through the meads.
All this meant spring, and spring meant hunting for snowdrops in the Meads.
Unsurfeiting happiness be his portion in the meads of asphodel!
He wallows in doves and coy toyings and modest blushes, and bowers and meads.
But the man turning the beast's head the other way, Meads went back again, and shot him in the face, of which wound he died.
They went on as the stream led them up toward the hills, and ever were the meads about them as fair and flowery as might be.
Every day they expected a man or a boy to run up from the meads with the intelligence; but he had never come.
You must come some day and do our Cathedral from the meads, and I'll show you where I cut out our initials and 1861.'
Frithiof was oft at Baldur's Meads a-night time, and every day between whiles would he go thither to be glad with Ingibiorg.