His friendship with dene had become offensive to the Mormons, who had formerly been on good footing with him.
It was many a long day before she again suggested a visit to dene.
By some means or other he had been made perfectly aware of the state of affairs at dene.
"Those are the dene fields," said Alicia, following her glance.
At dene, on the 28th of August, a Belgian soldier who had been taken prisoner saw three civilian fellow-prisoners shot.
His people lived there for generations—the Lumsdens of dene Compton.
Hearing somebody come out of the parlour, I looked round and saw it was young dene with some papers in his hand.
She remembered her promise one morning and took her up to dene Compton.
“Well, Mr. dene, my impression is that you have got the box,” cried the angry captain.
It was not only Clare who was very tired of co-education and dene Compton.
"small valley," from Old English denu "valley" (see den).
"bare, sandy tract by the sea," late 13c., of uncertain origin, perhaps connected to dune, but the sense difference is difficult.