It was a crazy old house with a wharf of its own, abutting
on the water when the tide was in, and on the mud when the tide was out, and literally overrun with rats.
Who was the far-off founder of the house, With its red gates abutting
to the road?
Dead walls abutting
on to it indicated that it had a garden.
The canyon had become a rocky slit, rising roughly at a steep angle toward what seemed a pass between two abutting
The telephone on the Kennan Ranch, and the telephones on all other ranches abutting
on Sonoma Mountain, had rung often and transmitted purposeful conversations and arrangements.
After the meal, Georgy was lolling in the cushions of the old window, a large window, with three sides of glass abutting
from the gable, and commanding on one side the market-place, where the Elephant is, his mother being busy hard by, when he remarked symptoms of movement at the Major's house on the other side of the street.
This scroll, majestic in its severe simplicity, illuminated a little slip of front garden abutting
on the thirsty high-road, where a few of the dustiest of leaves hung their dismal heads and led a life of choking.