Back down along the Orontes, very early the day before, my friend dropped me off on a dirt track by a copse of trees.
He could change in some copse, and bury his own clothes, avoiding the blunders he has seen in others.
Beyond the field was a tiny brook; and, beyond that again, a copse.
She listened quietly, and said no word, but allowed me to lead her up the cave until we reached the copse of which I have spoken.
Nicholas asked himself as the wolf approached him coming from the copse.
Is this the amice of the friar you saw issue from the copse?
They came to a lane bordered with copse, blue with wild hyacinth.
A little above the copse another head rises; that of Chaucer's great friend, John Gower.
By copse and highway the shad-bushes salute with their handkerchiefs.
Now, in May, they are busy; they have paired, and each couple has a part of the copse to themselves.