The priest had seen it, for he had the child pickaback and was running across the sward.
His deemsters and barons are about him, and his people are on the sward below.
The green of the sward had that pale look it puts on with the last rays, or with the dawning.
Quickly the earth was shovelled in, and soon two mounds showed on the sward.
It is but a strip of sward, but it is as wild as if in the midst of a forest.
The hills, though of great declivity, have a sward to their tops.
Directly in front of us, the sward was cut and scored by numerous tracks.
His footstep, as it stole to me, had fallen on the sward without sound.
But why the agonized dancing on the sward of the inferior part of the reptile?
He was lying along the sward, upon his side, half doubled up.