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great pond

noun

See Big Pond

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  • The next cottage was the water-bailiffs, who looked after the great pond or 'broad'.

    Field and Hedgerow Richard Jefferies
  • He wanted to cross the great pond, and that was his only way of getting over.

    Atlantis Gerhart Hauptmann
  • That evening the lovers went out in a boat on the great pond, or little lake, at the back of the hotel.

  • Father and mother, with my older brothers and sisters, built a fine dam and had a great pond there.

  • When we came to the great pond, we staid there one day to rest ourselves, and to kill ducks and geese.

  • I dreamt that I was in the home of my childhood at Sabbatsberg, and saw that the great pond was dried up.

    Zones of the Spirit August Strindberg
  • But what a lovely, joyous summer it was, with its walks and water excursions up and down the river and on the great pond!

    A Little Girl in Old St. Louis

    Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • “He told Papa it was disgraceful, when we had all been sliding on the great pond in the village,” added Annie.

    The Stokesley Secret Charlotte M. Yonge
  • Near the south end of the great pond was a round jagged hole in the ice, showing where she had gone down.

    Clare Avery Emily Sarah Holt
  • Fisht the great pond and put 220 of the biggest carp into the new pond, and 18 of the biggest tench.

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