The ghyll was early astir, and in every nook and corner full of the buzz of gossip.
He had come down the side of the ghyll, and had entered the house from behind.
There, before her, eye to eye with her once again, was the face she saw at the ghyll!
Then she told him what happened at the ghyll on Monday night.
Since his father's death he has allowed the ghyll to go to wreck.
I thought we might want a word or two before the meeting at the ghyll.
And therewith he began to go down the side of a ghyll well bushed and treed, and somewhat steep, and Osberne followed him.
It's very likely she'll come to the ghyll with her husband, Reuben.
Dern means seclusion, and two or three miles up this ghyll is a farm-house bearing the name of Dernbrook House.
All her relatives rode hard after them and came up with them in this ghyll.