His main place is in Orinda, a tony suburb of San Francisco.
Orinda does our boasting sex out do, Not in wit only, but in virtue too.
These lines do not appear in either the 1664 or the 1667 edition of Orinda's poems.
Our hero paused a moment to admire the radiance of the smile that now lighted up the countenance of Orinda.
The names Etesia and Timander smack of Orinda's poetic circle.
Orinda Creek, the object of our quest, runs through this beautiful valley, shut in on each side by the hills.
Orinda turned her head towards the window, and fixed her eyes intently on the top of the Crow's Nest.
"Orinda" was of course a great reader of French literature, and knew French perfectly.
Orinda (Albion, and her sex's grace) Ow'd not her glory to a beauteous face.
Orinda on the female coasts of fame, Ingrosses all the goods of a poetic name.