Have you been compulsively checking to see if white smoke has billowed from the Sistine Chapel yet?
A moment later, bundles of metal ribbons floated out and billowed into a giant umbrella.
With one hand she indicated the prairie that billowed away to the skyline.
And below, stretching far away to the east where it was lost in rose and purple mists, billowed the vast Val d'Elsa.
She says it is because it is “billowed in another greater and gentler sort.”
A short fat man passed in pursuit of her—an elderly man in a black alpaca jacket that billowed.
The floor beneath them rocked and billowed like the waves of a canvas sea.
Stewart pulled himself to a sitting posture and stared for a moment at the cloud as it billowed in the wind.
Uncle William beamed on the water that billowed before and behind.
Again a home is built with the fair chamber wherein faint dreams, like cool and shadowy vales, divide the billowed hours of love.