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devoid of ...
Beyond this stream, the
ground, in pleasing undulations, took a gentle rise, to a goodly height,
and was covered by what is termed an open wood--a wood peculiar to
Kentucky at this period--consisting of trees in the regularity of an
orchard, at some distance apart, devoid of underbrush, beneath which the earth was beautifully carpeted with a rank growth of clover, high grass, and wild flowers innumerable.
--- OK, I understand that there was no underbrush in that wood, but the earth was full of clovers, grass and flowers, right?
Re: devoid of ...
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Last Post: 30-Mar-2005, 03:49
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