Now in the heat of summer well within its reedy banks, but often spreading itself in flood-time far and wide.
"I've heard it all before," Rat said, with a note of boredom in his reedy voice.
It depicted the assault and capture of a Maori pah, standing on a hill that rose gradually from the margin of a reedy swamp.
It was a tinkly, reedy instrument, for none of that household had any turn for music.
The lake, whose banks are for the most part steep and reedy, never tempts her when she is about to spawn.
It frequents the wooded and reedy banks of the great rivers.
He could almost fancy that the tiger was beneath the house, hiding in the reedy grass that had sprung up amidst the ruins.
The male voice was peculiar; it was, as I told you, reedy and nasal.
The adjacent coast of the mainland was uninhabited, a reedy marsh given over to the grim beasts that haunted it.
She answered to the peculiar, reedy twang in his penetrating voice.