Thesaurus / skylark
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Besides, we'd better eat in the Skylark most of the time, to keep our cook good-natured.
SKYLARK THREEEDWARD ELMER SMITH
He had a thought, too, that if by any chance Pele should intervene—both the woman and the Skylark might learn.
Two men had started out rather early—the camp's jug delegation to the Skylark.
Heavy bulwarks were substituted for the light ones that had been a familiar feature of the Skylark.
CALLIASALFRED JOHN CHURCH
Of the rest I cannot think any excellent: the Skylark pleases me best, which has, however, more of the epigram than of the ode.
While the Skylark does not seek to be near persons, yet it is not afraid of them.
Tom Barkesdale stood upon the rail then, with his left arm around one of the shrouds of the Skylark.
LITTLE BOBTAILOLIVER OPTIC
Weather in towns is like a skylark in a counting-house—out of place and in the way.
Seaton stopped the Skylark and took his wife by the shoulder, swinging her around in front of the visiplate.
SKYLARK THREEEDWARD ELMER SMITH
Before the Skylark left the wharf Mr. Philbrook appeared, and engaged the yacht for the next day for another party.
LITTLE BOBTAILOLIVER OPTIC

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