She was determined never to be caught napping again as she had been at Longmeadow.
In 1716 he settled as minister at Longmeadow, in which place he died in 1772.
Mr. Marsh, on the Longmeadow Farm, has offered to give me some plants.
You will sell us the Centry and Longmeadow now, or you know what will happen.
They drove to the Longmeadow Farm and got a load of top soil.
We—I—broke the engagement, that day of the accident, out at Longmeadow.
This being lifted out of Paris and plunged into Longmeadow was the pouring of white hot metal into chill moulds.
The subtle refinement of those Longmeadow women was like the hinted sweetness of arbutus flower.
Longmeadow did not receive me without much question and debate.
The whole system was monastic, though abomination alighted on that word in Longmeadow.