The two, with half a dozen thin-legged children, lived in a tumble-down
frame house beside a creek at the back end of the Wills farm where Ray was employed.
It was very picturesque and tumble-down
, and dirty and interesting.
I tuck out en shin down de hill, en 'spec to steal a skift 'long de sho' som'ers 'bove de town, but dey wuz people a-stirring yit, so I hid in de ole tumble-down
cooper-shop on de bank to wait for everybody to go
The old woman said, 'If you would help yourselves, one of you must go into the wood, and there he will come upon a tumble-down
building of rocks which looks like a little house.
The parsonage here's a tumble-down
place, sir, not fit for gentry to live in.
Presently she started up, exclaiming that they would be late for breakfast; and they hurried back to the tumble-down
house with its pointless porch and unpruned hedge of plumbago and pink geraniums where the Wellands were installed for the winter.
My own place is as ancient and as tumble-down
as most ruins that you pay to see over.
Here in Milan, in an ancient tumble-down
ruin of a church, is the mournful wreck of the most celebrated painting in the world--"The Last Supper," by Leonardo da Vinci.
There were two rough-haired, unkempt horses in the tumble-down
Our clothing went uncared for, and everything about our home was soon in a tumble-down
The picturesqueness of the chimney stacks and tumble-down
walls of the burned-out quarters of the town, stretching out and concealing one another, reminded him of the Rhine and the Colosseum.
and those poor Dagleys, in their tumble-down
farmhouse, where they live in the back kitchen and leave the other rooms to the rats