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On their left the great outstretch of valley and wood lay drowned in the suave uncertainties of the summer night.
Every morning will they thus outstretch themselves, every evening will they droop and wait—until he comes.
LILITHGEORGE MACDONALD
There is something tragic to me in the outstretch of a city.
THE SPELL OF SWITZERLANDNATHAN HASKELL DOLE
In act how bitter did he seem, with wings Buoyant outstretch'd and feet of nimblest tread!
However, the light will pale, the dusty miles outstretch their length once more, and the pilgrim find himself wearier than ever.
IDOLATRYJULIAN HAWTHORNE
The minister was mentioning names, too, but the girl had her back to them and was studying the outstretch.
THE HOUSE OF FULFILMENTGEORGE MADDEN MARTIN
How their immense outstretch absorbed and overwhelmed the eye!
ACROSS AMERICAJAMES F. RUSLING
How still the air is in the night, how near and kind the heavens are, One might a naked hand outstretch and grasp a star!
FIRES OF DRIFTWOODISABEL ECCLESTONE MACKAY
In the outstretch, for the second time, Aramis shot forward like the arrow from a bended bow.

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