Thesaurus / raven

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For answer Raven pointed up the long sloping trail down which they had come.

Corporal CameronRalph Connor

"Raven tresses" require more time than "flaxen locks;" the sensitiveness of the skin has also to be considered.

The Art of PerfumeryG. W. Septimus Piesse

There was the hut and its welcoming smoke and there Raven must be looking for her.

Old CrowAlice Brown

The Raven of the woods, who was now married, accompanied her for the first three miles.

Andersen's Fairy TalesHans Christian Andersen

The allegory of the raven, invented by the doctors, is well known.

Thereat they fought on, recking of nought; but the end of it was that Gunnlaug overcame Raven, and there Raven lost his life.

When he had done this the troll again said some words to him, and with that he became a raven, and flew high up into the air.

The Raven, as already stated, is to be seen from time to time, and especially where the cliffs come down close to the river.

Egyptian BirdsCharles Whymper

Indeed the raven always has a great affection for stable life.

Raven felt himself tighten up, every nerve and sinew of him, to do something before it should be too late.

Old CrowAlice Brown

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