His little histories and geographies are delightful for illogical sequence of events and absurd coherence of fancy.
His “Navigation” and “geographies” are in popular use in our schools.
Central Europe has a very dense population, as the geographies used to tell us; but the densest ones get on the police force.
An' can ye see the meridians jammed together like in the geographies?
All that storms do to the face of the earth you may read in the geographies, but not what they do to our contemporaries.
"That's what it's sometimes called in the geographies," Rebecca stiffly replied.
The children knew that, according to the geographies, there are both gold and silver in New Mexico.
Readers, geographies, histories, grammars flew in all directions.
Our geographies designated that country as the Great American Desert.
Boys' minds are like a certain place not mentioned in geographies: they are paved with good intentions.