With this object in view, we reconnoitred the British cemetery which abutted on the hospital grounds.
Opening the door that abutted on to a field beyond, he bade Hogan mount.
Then we turned our horses, and I shaped our course so as to strike the top of the long lane that abutted on the down.
As he said this we were passing a house the long whitewashed front of which abutted glimmering on the road.
Seeking a willow island which abutted on the channel, we made a tent of the sail and stood the brief storm quite comfortably.
At that moment Napoleon, in a round hat and plain citizen's cloak, turned out of the alley which abutted on the terrace.
They went as far up-stream as the little steamer could run, and then landed on the bank which abutted on some rushy meadows.
And it had no frontier which abutted upon friendly country nearer than the Caucasus, an almost hopeless journey to attempt.
He ran down the passage, and found him sure enough at the end of it where it abutted on the street.
It was both bell and clock tower, and abutted on to both the cathedral proper and St. Gregory's.