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He heard the thin, reedy voice cry in his ear to "Block the entrances, block the entrances!"
I sat here with my wife the last afternoon before I went to the front, he said in his reedy old mans voice.
THE ROMANCE OF HIS LIFEMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Thus the nest and its reedy pillars are firmly bound together.
BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
Wild-fowl breed on its reedy lochs, and moor-fowl dwell on its heather hills.
She strained her eyes and thought she made out a vague bulk moving toward the reedy point she had just quitted.
THE DEVIL IN IRONROBERT E. HOWARD
The adjacent coast of the mainland was uninhabited, a reedy marsh given over to the grim beasts that haunted it.
THE DEVIL IN IRONROBERT E. HOWARD
Over there amidst that long stretch of marshland, in many a cove and reedy creek, the wild ducks were securely hidden.
He came to the pond, where flies and gnats were dancing over a bright reedy surface; and on into the coppice.
The tall, reedy grass came down to the edge of the water, and the nodding plumes showed for some distance out in the stream.
UP THE FORKED RIVEREDWARD SYLVESTER ELLIS
Smoke from the camp fires of the Continentals made a haze all along the reedy waterfront.
THE LITTLE RED FOOTROBERT W. CHAMBERS

WORDS RELATED TO REEDY

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