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It is only the form of St. Vincent, bathed in vapory gold by the sun.

Evaporation is the changing of a solid or liquid body to a vapory form.

The vapory masses above the strait may cause the pictures to be surrounded by a colored line.

The crêpe will be as a cloud thrown over the dress—a transparent, vapory, impalpable cloud.

His presence is surmised only when he has disappeared, generally leaving behind him a vapory cloud.

Their breath was blown in two vapory columns from their nostrils and drifted about their heads like steam about a locomotive.

This departing of the big steamers, noons or afternoons—there is no better medicine when one is listless or vapory.

The morning was thick and sultry, the sky overcast with low, vapory clouds.

The wind was strong and cold, blowing the vapory water-smoke in long trails across the surface of the waves.

The most glorious sunset—where the vapory billows of the sky have caught the bloom of the dying Autumn—cannot rival it.

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