Far away in the coolest, shadiest corner of the room slumbered the Countess.
These should always have the coolest, shadiest corner in the garden.
All our shadiest departmental transactions emerge one by one; nothing is hid that shall not be revealed.
He walked on rapidly back into the shadiest and darkest walk.
(p. 154) Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, though perhaps hardly rural, is still the largest and shadiest square in London.
On the shadiest side homed most of the ferns and the Cotyledon.
The day was warm—thermometer 92° in shadiest place at the depot.
Thousands of soldiers lay on the grass in the shadiest places they could find.
During the day the white glare drove the guests of the garden festivals into the shadiest recesses of the cypress labyrinths.
In the coolest and shadiest corner were a fern-grotto and a tiny tank.