Paula watched them walking down the driveway to the carriage which she had retained for Father fontanel.
Leaving Father fontanel on the veranda, she joined the American.
They had reached the low street door of Father fontanel's house, a wing of the church.
Stuttgart was the fontanel, as it were, for the German muse.
Wayfarers go a-singing on Father fontanel's trail—eyes warm with soft skies and untellable dreams.
But you gave the lion's share of the dances to Captain fontanel.
The trunks stood ready packed, all but one, and labelled with the name of Mrs. fontanel.
A skilled specialist removed by operation this pus-hearth, which no doubt acted as a fontanel.
Father fontanel held a bright, substantial warmth for his isolated spirit—and the Panther was among the imminent sailings.
Finding Father fontanel, I stayed over several ships, and the healing of his companionship restores me even now to remember.
fontanel fon·ta·nel or fon·ta·nelle (fŏn'tə-něl')
Any of the soft membranous gaps between the incompletely formed cranial bones of a fetus or an infant. Also called soft spot.