Soon we were hemmed in with trees, which in places arched right over the roadway
till we passed as through a tunnel.
The observant regiment, standing at rest in the roadway
, whooped at once, and entered whole-souled upon the side of the maiden.
When they had come out on the roadway
Adam held the mongoose tight to him, and, lifting his hat to his companion, moved quickly towards Lesser Hill; he and Lady Arabella lost sight of each other in the thickening gloom.
Without a backward glance, and with his five hundred men at his back, Norman of Torn disappeared beyond a turning in the roadway
Suddenly--in the very middle of the roadway
, not a dozen yards from them, and with their eyes full upon him--the man seemed to stumble, pitched headlong forward, uttered a terrible cry and vanished
He had released my arm and was standing rigid and motionless in the center of the illuminated roadway
, staring like one bereft of sense.
Looking round, there was the old dame down upon the roadway
, with her red whimple flying on the breeze, while the two rogues, black and white, stooped over her, wresting away from her the penny and such other poor trifles as were worth the taking.
Then the chariot driver turned her Lion and Tiger into a broad roadway
leading up to the palace, and the others followed, while Dorothy still gazed from her tower window in eager excitement.
The trees, with their different kinds of foliage, rise up straight and tall, fantastically colored by patches of lichen, forming magnificent colonnades, with a line of straggling hedgerow of guelder rose, briar rose, box and arbutus above and below the roadway
at their feet.
The broad interminable perspective of the East India Dock Road, the great perspective of drab brick walls, of grey pavement, of muddy roadway
rumbling dismally with loaded carts and vans lost itself in the distance, imposing and shabby in its spacious meanness of aspect, in its immeasurable poverty of forms, of colouring, of life--under a harsh, unconcerned sky dried by the wind to a clear blue.
The walls of the houses were wet, the mud of the roadway
glistened with an effect of phosphorescence, and when he emerged into the Strand out of a narrow street by the side of Charing Cross Station the genius of the locality assimilated him.
Once, going home after an evening call on the ladies Haldin, I saw him crossing the dark roadway
of the Boulevard des Philosophes.