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He had, in the days of long ago, fished in the Adirondack wildernesses.
DARKNESS AND DAWNGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
There were low hills on either side, wildernesses of birch and fir, and floors of level snow over the rivers and marshes.
NORTHERN TRAVELBAYARD TAYLOR
He is a great scene-painter of wildernesses and lawless places, indeed.
OLD AND NEW MASTERSROBERT LYND
The Mohammedan apostacy and the Roman apostacy are now seated in the midst of wildernesses.
PILGRIMAGE FROM THE ALPS TO THE TIBERJAMES AITKEN WYLIE
Here are wildernesses of dormitories, into which the pilgrims file in slow procession after supper, singing litanies and hymns.
Live and let live is clearly not the maxim taught in these wildernesses.
THE CRIME AGAINST EUROPEROGER CASEMENT
She comes from the State of Maine, and she remembers a striving, rough existence in a little town on the edge of wildernesses.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
There were no wildernesses, no primeval forests in his mind, as there were in Jean Paul's.
Labyrinthine walks met us in every direction, leading to bowers and dells and wildernesses innumerable.
The road from Turnberry to Girvan lies along the shore, among sand-hills and by wildernesses of tumbled bent.
ESSAYS OF TRAVELROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON