As he reached it, the flames entered a little belt of timber fifty yards from the place.
He opened the door, and passed through the little belt of shrubbery.
In a quarter of an hour the low cottage was reached, surrounded by a little belt of fields and a few storm-beaten fir-trees.
This carries it across the smiling waters of the little belt.
He plodded through a little belt of forest and found himself in a broad valley, with a ribbon of water flowing through it.
The vessels parted company, the little belt sailing for Halifax for repairs.
Every man of genius the world has ever produced has come from a little belt of land in the North Temperate Zone.
On this the little belt fired, and a furious action commenced, which lasted upwards of half-an-hour, with a short intermission.
Captain Bingham inquired why he had fired at all; on which the lieutenant replied that the little belt had fired first.
One evening he fell in with a British cruiser, the sloop-of-war "little belt," which in the dark he mistook for a frigate.