On the hillside grew dense bushes and small trees and among the bushes were little open spaces carpeted
with long grass, now stiff and frozen.
Pearl accordingly ran to the bow-window, at the further end of the hall, and looked along the vista of a garden walk, carpeted
with closely-shaven grass, and bordered with some rude and immature attempt at shrubbery.
Now and then they came upon snug nooks carpeted
with grass and jeweled with flowers.
The chamber looked such a bright little place to me as the sun shone in between the gay blue chintz window curtains, showing papered walls and a carpeted
floor, so unlike the bare planks and stained plaster of Lowood, that my spirits rose at the view.
Indeed, he would have carpeted
and papered a small spare room for a parlour; but his wife expressed such pleasure at the white floor and huge glowing fireplace, at the pewter dishes and delf-case, and dog-kennel, and the wide space there was to move about in where they usually sat, that he thought it unnecessary to her comfort, and so dropped the intention.
As I was crossing the great square lost in wonder and admiration of the magnificent architecture and the gorgeous scarlet vegetation which carpeted
the broad lawns I discovered a red Martian walking briskly toward me from one of the avenues.
And now, in that frosty, ill-smelling, straw- carpeted
, and ragged-cushioned cab, with his breath congealing on the glasses, where else was John himself advancing to?
Meanwhile, Morrel had traversed the anteroom and found the staircase, which, being carpeted
, prevented his approach being heard, and he had regained that degree of confidence that the presence of M.
Here, the rocks were piled in the most fantastic crags and precipices; and in another place, they were succeeded by delightful valleys carpeted
And Hetty's dreams were all of luxuries: to sit in a carpeted
parlour, and always wear white stockings; to have some large beautiful ear- rings, such as were all the fashion; to have Nottingham lace round the top of her gown, and something to make her handkerchief smell nice, like Miss Lydia Donnithorne's when she drew it out at church; and not to be obliged to get up early or be scolded by anybody.
This room was carpeted
, and therein was a piano, a couch, a chiffonniere--above all, it contained a lofty window with a crimson curtain, which, being undrawn, afforded another glimpse of the garden, through the large, clear panes, round which some leaves of ivy, some tendrils of vine were trained