He sends his salty breath aloft and wreathes the Sun with clouds.
They were wasted to wreathes of skin hanging upon a bone frame.
Beauty is never so beautiful as when, if I tease it, it wreathes back on me with spirit.
He uses a maze of alphabetical acrostics, line by line he wreathes into his compositions the words of successive Bible texts.
Come with wreathes of primroses in thy hands, O young girls, who mourn the sister dead at dawn.
Raised arches, wreathes of evergreen, and variegated colours added to the brilliancy of the scene.
In Chestnut-street wreathes were cast into the barouche, as it passed, and many of them were from the fairbands of Quakeresses.
Dusty store windows were rejuvenated; candles, and trees, and tinsel, and wreathes blossomed all along High Street.
Wreathes of murky smoke circled them, and drifted aloft to join the overhanging clouds.
The golden chain that wreathes your neck, shows that your mother was not born to poverty.