Presently we passed a church (near Barnet) with an ivied tower, which had been engulfed in the town.
Philip paused a while at the corner, by the ivied cottage, admiring it silently.
Then, as by an effort, he followed the servant across the lawn and vanished through the ivied porch.
A little snow is sifted lightly on branch, and grass, and ivied wall.
The light from the pane was now perceived to be shining not upon the ivied wall as usual, but upon some object close to the glass.
He crossed the lawn and turned into the Long Walk by the ivied walls.
And now it is said that sometimes her white figure can be seen hanging from the ivied wall.
The hooting and wheeling of the old owls in the ivied tower was a link of life.
The bats, emerging from the ivied ruins they left behind, flitted and skimmed before them, chasing the insects of the night.
The bracken shakes below an ivied tree, And then a cub looks out; and "Tally-o-back!"