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13418 examples of lake in sentences

The road from that coffee-house lies for a mile or two along the side of a marshy lake, the environs of which are equally dreary and barren; an extensive plain succeeds, on which I noticed several broken columns of marble, and the evident traces of an ancient causeway, which apparently led through the water.

Near the extremity of the lake was another small coffee-house, with a burial-ground and a mosque near it; and about four or five miles beyond I passed a spot, to which several Turks brought a coffinless corpse, and laid it on the grass while they silently dug a grave to receive it.

The road then ascended the hills on the south side of the plain, of which the marshy lake was the centre, and passed through a tract of country calculated to inspire only apprehension and melancholy.

There is a salt lake, about twenty stadia round, which produces fish of all kinds, and where we row about in a little boat which we built on purpose.

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I was accused of being a rebel, was made a prisoner, and having effected my escape was killed in the chase on Lake Moeris.

The Pasig forms a natural canal, about six leagues long, between the Bay of Manila and the Lagoon of Bay, a fresh water lake, thirty-five leagues in circumference, that washes the shores of three fertile provinces, Manila, Laguna and Cavite.

Formerly large vessels full of cargo used to be able to sail right up to the borders of the lake; now they are prevented by sandbanks.

Jalajala, an estate which occupies the eastern of the two peninsulas which run southward into the lake, is one of the first places visited by strangers.

The shore of the lake is at this point, and indeed all round its circumference, so flat that it is impossible to land with dry feet from the shallowest canoe.

North-west of Los Baños there lies a small volcanic lake fringed with thick woods, called Dagatan (the enchanted lagoon of travellers), to distinguish it from Dagât, as the Tagals call the great Lagoon of Bay.

Although the south-west monsoons generally occur later in Jalajala than in Manila, it was already raining so hard that I decided to go to Calauan, on the southern shore of the lake, which is protected by Mount Makiling, and does not experience the effect of the rainy monsoons till later in the season.

Its soil was marshy and covered with cane and grass, but even in the rainy season it does not collect sufficient water to turn it into a lake.

[Maycap Lake.]

What! heard ye not of lowland war?"Sir W. Scott, L. L. "Seems he not, Malise, like a ghost?"Id., L. of Lake.

Webster and Worcester mark the words as obsolete; but Sir W. Scott, in the Lady of the Lake, has this line: "Thinkst thou he trow'd thine omen ought?"Canto iv, stanza 10.

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(The Lake classical series)

The wandering lake.

The wandering lake.

Lake Huron.

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Larry of Lonesome Lake.

A9182. Cupples & Leon Co. (PWH); 23Apr57; R190292. Buddy at Rainbow Lake; or, A boy and his boat.

Lucifer in Pine Lake.

SEE Lake, Charles H. ADELL, KATHERINE A. The world goes smash.

Alsu, A small village on the north-west shore of the Wular Lake.

Bandipur, An important village on the north shore of the Wular Lake, the starting-point for Gilgit, &c. Oddly enough, Bandipur is not marked on the Ordnance Map.

Dal Lake, Dal means lake (in a plain), while nag is a mountain tarn.

Dal Lake, Dal means lake (in a plain), while nag is a mountain tarn.

Delhi was taken by General Lake in 1803.

Echo Lake, A small tarn on the top of Apharwat.

Gangabal, A sacred lake, lying under the north glaciers of Haramok at the elevation of 12,000 feet.

" Jheel, A small lake, or pond.

NAG, A mountain lake or tarn.

Pichola Lake, Pir Panjab, Pir=Dogri for peak Pantzal, Kashmiri for ditto Pir also meant a saint, particularly one who lived in the pass in the days of Shah Jehan and Aurungzeb and who was interviewed by Bernier.

Shisha Nag, "The Glassy or Leaden Lake.

The largest lake in India, being 12-1/2 x 5 miles in average extent.

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And after having proceeded for many days the merchants saw a large lake fragrant with lotuses in the midst of that dense and terrible forest.

The rushing elephants found the forest paths to be all blocked up, for the goodly caravan was sleeping obstructing the paths around that lake of lotuses.

Resembling the full moon, of unchanging youth, of well-rounded breasts, illumining all sides by her splendour, possessed of large eyes like beautiful lotuses, like unto Kama's Rati herself the delight of all the worlds like the rays of the full moon, O, she looketh like a lotus-stalk transplanted by adverse fortune from the Vidarbha lake and covered with mire in the process.

Her plight is very much like that of a ravaged lake with the leaves of its lotuses crushed by the trunks of elephants, and with its birds and fowls affrighted by the invasion.

And he, of an exceedingly resplendent form, began to practise austerities by the side of yonder lake.

Now after the lapse of a long space of time, that ruler of earth, Saryati by name, for amusement visited this pleasant and excellent lake.

This is his lake, shining, O king!

This is the Sami tree, which hath got but a single leaf, and this is a most excellent lake.

In yonder lake also people desirous of securing welfare to the family, propitiate with sacrifices the holder of the great bow Pinaka, in the month of Chaitra.

And persons of devotion having passions under control, performing their ablutions in this lake, become free from sins and, without doubt, attain to the holy regions.

Yonder is the lake Kausava, where grown the lotuses called Kausesaya, and here also is the sacred hermitage of Rukmini, where she attained peace, after conquering that evil passion, anger.

O son of Kunti, do thou together with thy ministers, touch (the waters) of this lake called Punya, and this mountain Bhrigutunga and also (the water of) these two rivers, called Tushniganga.

Hine-Moa heard them and vastly desired to paddle over in her canoe; but her friends suspecting something, had all the canoes on the shore of the lake.

The servant came to dip it from the lake near where the girl was hiding.

THE RED LOVER Many years ago there lived a Chippewa warrior on the banks of Lake Superior.

THE FOAM WOMAN There once lived an Ottawa woman on the shores of Lake Michigan who had a daughter as beautiful as she was modest and discreet.

She was so handsome that her mother feared she would be carried off, and, to prevent it, she put her in a box on the lake, which was tied by a long string to a stake on the shore.

Every morning the mother pulled the box ashore, and combed her daughter's long, shining hair, gave her food, and then put her out again on the lake.

" This pride and haughtiness angered the uncle and the spirits of the lake, who raised a great storm on the water.

The tossing waves broke the string, and the box with the girl floated off through the straits to Lake Huron.

THE HAUNTED GROVE Leelinau was the favorite daughter of an Odjibwa hunter, living on the shore of Lake Superior.

Whenever she could leave her father's lodge she would fly to the remote haunts and recesses of the woods, or sit upon some high promontory of rock overhanging the lake.

Save on the border of a lake, from a cliff top, or on a bald knobthat is, a bare hill-shoulder,they could not anywhere look out for any distance.

There are persons, I fancy, who "do" the Alps; who look upon the Lake of Lucerne as one more task ticked off from their memorandum book, and count up the list of summits visible from the Görnergrat without being penetrated with any keen sense of sublimity.

Through its rents and gaps we could see the lower mountains, the distant plains, and a fragment of the Lake of Geneva lying in a more sober purple.

This road led down a steep to the lake, which was smooth and blue.

There certainly were at least a thousand persons on the strand; and far out on the lake, one could see ten or twelve boats more coming, some with sixteen oars, others with twenty, nay, even with four-and-twenty, rowed by men and women, and every boat decked out with green branches.

The church door stood open; the tones of the organ, and the voices of the psalm-singers were wafted out here in the bright sunlight, by the open lake: the many who could not find a place in the church, stood outside, and sang with the congregation from the psalm-book: round about on the monuments, which are almost all of cast-iron, there sat mothers suckling their infantsthe fountain of life flowed over death and the grave.

There it was, about a mile away before and below us, as plain as a pikestaff,a silvery reach, like a long narrow lake, smooth as the floor of cloud seen from above among mountains, silent, motionless,for all the world like an immense, spectral looking-glass, set there in the half-darkened waste.

The old phrase, life is a continual dying, is true, and, once gone life is death; and sometimes so much of it has been gathered to the past, such definite portions of it are laid away, that we can look, if we will, in the lake of memory on the faces of the dead selves which once we were."

Instinctively we looked on the mystic glamour in the low valley, as on that Lake of the Dead Souls I spoke of.

It seemed to him as if they might at any moment emerge upon the lake of burning marl, and float into the shadow of the walls of Pandemonium.

" Tagish Lake was white with a fall gale that blew in their teeth.

That night, at the head of Tagish Lake, in the thick of a driving snow-squall, they overhauled the Flora.

Lake Bennett, thirty miles in length, was like a mill-pond; but, halfway across, a gale from the south smote them and turned the water white.

" A mile portage connected Lake Bennett and Lake Linderman, and his last words he flung back after him as he resumed the trot.

" A mile portage connected Lake Bennett and Lake Linderman, and his last words he flung back after him as he resumed the trot.

Also, he chartered a launch to run him the six miles to the upper end of Lake Linderman, where he arrived at four in the afternoon.

Jack Burns's pack-train was starting back light for Crater Lake, and Churchill was invited to a mule.

By the time Long Lake was reached, however, he had recovered from his sleepiness; and at Deep Lake he resigned the gripsack to Burns.

By the time Long Lake was reached, however, he had recovered from his sleepiness; and at Deep Lake he resigned the gripsack to Burns.

At Crater Lake the pack-train went into camp, and Churchill, slinging the grip on his back, started the steep climb for the summit.

The first rise of the divide from Crater Lake was across a small glacier.

Ideas chased across his face like wind-flaws across the surface of a lake.

COPPERMINE, a river in NW. Canada which falls into the Arctic Ocean after a broken course of 250 m. COPPET, a Swiss village in the Canton de Vaud, on the Lake of Geneva; celebrated as the abode of Mme.

HOHENZOLLERNS, THE, the family which in 1415 became Electors of Brandenburg, kings of Prussia, and are now at length emperors of Germany; derived their name from an old castle so called near the springs of the Danube, a little way north from Constance and its lake.

HURON, a lake in N. America, 263 m. long and 70 m. broad, the second largest on the average of the five on the Lawrence basin, interspersed with numerous islands.

JODHPUR (2,522), largest Rajputana State, under British protection since 1818; is backward in government, education, agriculture, and manufactures; tin, lead, and iron are found; salt is made at Sambhar Lake.

LOCHLEVEN, Scottish lake in Kinross-shire overshadowed by Benarty and the West Lomond, is 23 m. NW. of Edinburgh; in a castle on one of its islands Mary Stuart was imprisoned 1567-68; it is now famous for its trout.

LOMOND, LOCH, an irregularly-shaped lake in Dumbarton and Stirling shires, 22 m. long and of varying breadth; contains a number of small wooded islands; on the eastern shore rises Ben Lomond to the height of 3192 ft. LONDON (5,633), on the Thames, 50 m. from the sea, the capital of the British Empire, is the most populous and wealthiest city in the world.

RHINE, one of the chief rivers of Europe; of several small Alpine head-streams, the Nearer and the Farther Rhine are the two principal, issuing from the eastern flanks of Mount St Gothard; a junction is formed at Reichenau, whence the united streamthe Upper Rhineflows N. to Lake Constance, and issuing from the NW.

2, Has its source in a small lake in the Chilian Andes, flows NE.

2, Capital (163), of Monroe County, New York, on the Genesee River, near Lake Ontario, 67 m. NE. of Buffalo; is a spacious and well-appointed city, with a university, theological seminary, &c.; has varied and flourishing manufactures.

SALT LAKE CITY (53), the capital of Utah, a high-lying city and stronghold of Mormonism, 11 m. from Great Salt Lake; contains the Mormon temple, which it took 40 years to build, and it has besides many fine churches, and the university of Deseret.

SALT LAKE CITY (53), the capital of Utah, a high-lying city and stronghold of Mormonism, 11 m. from Great Salt Lake; contains the Mormon temple, which it took 40 years to build, and it has besides many fine churches, and the university of Deseret.

See CARLYLE, THOMAS, EXODUS FROM HOUNDSDITCH, NATURAL SUPERNATURALISM, &C. SASKATCHEWAN, one of the great and navigable rivers of Canada, rises among the Rockies in two great branches, called respectively the North and South Saskatchewan, 770 and 810 m., which flowing generally E., unite, and after a course of 282 m. pass into Lake Winnipeg, whence it issues as the Nelson, and flows 400 m. NE.

A considerable distance still remained to be covered; courtyard after courtyard had to be traversed and an artificial lake crossed in a barge before the Hall itself was reached andan official having gone ahead and peeped in and announced his presence informallyhe was shown into the presence of Their Majesties.

He went to the Ballet and saw Tchaikowsky's "Swan Lake"; but bearing Diagilev's splendours in front of him, and knowing nothing about the technique of ballet-dancing he was bored and cross and contemptuous.

In Dan 7, we find a lion, a bear, a leopard, and a great and terrible nondescript, which, after passing through a new and remarkable phase, goes into the lake of fire.

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