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Because of the pandemic, the house was closed, but the trails wending their way across the 250-acre estate remained open.
Farquhar may have seen the old Show, which the Restoration had naturally brought back, wend its noisy way to Kingsland.
Take up the papers, and now wend we merrily to dine thou wot'st where.
THE FORTUNES OF NIGELSIR WALTER SCOTT
It was common for coy damsels and staid matrons to wend their way to Lizzie's cot about twilight, to have their fortunes spaed.
"Dirty Wendish pigs," they said (which was their favourite malediction, though they themselves were Wend of the Wends).
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
When the King set out in France, he had his gaiters greased; and the Queen asked him: whither will wend these damoiseaux?
And ablutions done, the Kurus slow and sad and cheerless part, Wend their way to far Hastina with a void and vacant heart.
MAHA-BHARATAANONYMOUS
Then he laughed and said: These be but sorry garments wherewith to wend along with dear and fair ladies, brother!
And then to-morrow shall we wend our way as straight as may be toward the good town of Utterhay.
Here let us all take our composing draught and then wend our way to school with a bold front.
THE GIRLS AT MOUNT MORRISAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS

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