It is your right,” said his daughter, quietly; “the Brier Brook swales were yours.
A sudden July storm had drenched the fields and filled the swales with water.
Captain Swales, this gentleman has a son whom he wishes to send to sea.
Do you see any warmth of color in the swales where the willows and osiers are?
As the day wore along he came into valleys or swales where game was more plentiful.
The prairie was ridged here and there with ice, and the swales were full of posh and water.
Thickets and swales of oaks and aspens were gorgeous in their autumn hues.
They grow almost everywhere in the north and east,—along roadsides, in meadows and swales.
This includes the transported matter of the bottom-lands, the swales, and the tidal flats.
In the plains there are swales that fill up with water when the heavy rains come, and they are knee deep.