Their present strange abode was only an adventure and an episode, and they believed that any day they might receive instructions to commence their journey.
DRAC, a sort of fairy in human form, whose abode is the caverns of rivers.
This abode to which he is condemned, is the most enchanting retreat he could have chosen; a luxuriant park cradled upon the waves.
An opportunity soon occurred for returning good for evil Miss Barton had a donkey, and this donkey, whose proper abode was the paddock, sometimes broke bounds, and regaled itself on the plants in the young gentlemen's gardens, in a manner highly provoking to those who had any taste for flowers.
On the other hand, the abode of the Wild Duck in the play of that name is a conception entirely consonant with the optics of the theatre; for no detail at all need be, or ought to be, visible, and a vague effect of light is all that is required.
The one fact that seems to have haunted him most was that his abode in Corsica was a living death.
But the chosen abode of vigorous health and of extraordinary fecundity was still the house of Jean, at Valqueyras, whose wife had had two children in three years and was about to have a third.
His personal abode is a simple cleft in a rock that you can see from here in that little hill."
But, in truth, with regard to the rest of the town and the world at large, an abode here is a genuine seclusion; for the ordinary stream of life does not run through this little, quiet pool, and few or none of the inhabitants seem to be troubled with any business or outside activities.