1 Through the wide bay window on the lawn she could see the men still lounging in their chairs under the trees and in the shade of the arbor.
2 Usually the men returned when they saw that hunger at home would be held at bay for a few months longer.
3 As wet June days passed into a wetter July and the Confederates, fighting desperately around the entrenched heights, still held Sherman at bay, a wild gaiety took hold of Atlanta.
4 He had kept sternly at bay those two enemies of Georgia planters, the seedling pine and the blackberry brambles.
5 It's always annoying to the godly when the ungodly flourish like the green bay tree.
6 There, while Mrs. Gormer plunged into problems of lighting and sanitation, Lily had leisure to wander, in the bright autumn air, along the tree-fringed bay to which the land declined.
7 A Sag Harbor ship visited his father's bay, and Queequeg sought a passage to Christian lands.
8 In his youth Daggoo had voluntarily shipped on board of a whaler, lying in a lonely bay on his native coast.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 27. Knights and Squires.
9 Thus this mysterious, divine Pacific zones the world's whole bulk about; makes all coasts one bay to it; seems the tide-beating heart of earth.
10 As Edna waited for her husband she sang low a little song that Robert had sung as they crossed the bay.
11 She could see the glint of the moon upon the bay, and could feel the soft, gusty beating of the hot south wind.
12 Jurgis and his gang joined in the sport, every man singling out his victim, and striving to bring him to bay and punch him.
13 It was, however, maintained for hours, until they had reached a bay, nigh the northern termination of the lake.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 20
14 I found, instead of going down, on reaching North Point they went up the bay, in a north-easterly direction.
The Narrative of the Life By Frederick DouglassContext Highlight In CHAPTER VIII
15 This very bay shall yet bear me into freedom.