There she made for a huge oak, which gloomed in the moonlight by the sunk fence parting the grounds.
Close by was the sunk fence and the tiny rustic bridge—only a plank or two—which spanned it.
In the garden stood Rose, on the edge of the sunk fence dividing the rectory domain from the cornfield.
He had come to her as usual from out the gloom, just as she was about to cross the little bridge which spanned the sunk fence.
Through a short winding walk to the left you come out to the park, which is separated from the wilderness by a sunk fence.
On the left, the lawns were divided from the downward slope of rough park and woodland by a sunk fence.
He was kept at home for a week, and told not to go past the sunk fence.
There is not much garden between it and the Park, which goes on for miles, and begins at the sunk fence over yonder.
The wall is often concealed in a sunk fence, in order to give an idea of greater extent.
In the garden stood Rose, on the edge of the sunk fence dividing the Rectory domain from the cornfield.