The overgrowth of the approaches gave place to a terrace from which to the surprise of all a charming view was discovered.
The elephant is comic, the camel and the giraffe are comic, all overgrowth is comic.
Some gained the forest where the crystalline ray crisped the overgrowth into black ashes as it nipped at their singed heels.
There late Indian Buddhism simply decayed under an overgrowth of Brahmanism.
There may be an overgrowth of the fatty fringes of the synovial sheath, a condition described as “arborescent lipoma.”
Even in humbler communities, the overgrowth and undergrowth are usually apparent if one looks closely.
Its windows are darkened by the overgrowth of the creepers outside, and the only object in it is a large box like a portmanteau.
The modest violet may exhale its fragrance through an overgrowth of noxious weeds—and humanity bears out the simile.
As a rule this line is broken by the overgrowth of the wattle at the base of the beak.
These latter improvements were well calculated to quicken the stagnant languor habitual to the overgrowth of eastern empire.