wind-borne, came the faint, sweet chiming of distinct porcelain bells.
One growled deep in its throat, perhaps in answer to that wind-borne wail.
A wind-borne branch, falling on the roof, made a sudden racket that was startling.
And just catches his shouted reply, wind-borne: For us it is always to-morrow!
Less extensive deposits of this wind-borne material are found in many other parts of the world, including the Mississippi Valley.
He paused a moment at the gate, and as he stood the wind-borne fumes began their subtle work.
Every one of these can be paralleled amongst the many neat contrivances of wind-borne fruits and seeds.
Most of the fine prairie soils in our Western States owe not a little of their richness to wind-borne dust.
These children screaming round your feet, as they dash through the wind-borne fountain spray, are aware of it.
What can an immured anchorite know of the vast mysteries of the wind-borne spirits?