1 The force of contrast gave an added keenness to the luxury of lying once more in a soft-pillowed bed, and looking across a spacious sunlit room at a breakfast-table set invitingly near the fire.
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2 She came out on the prairie, spacious under an arch of boldly cut clouds.
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3 Washington gave her all the graciousness in which she had had faith: white columns seen across leafy parks, spacious avenues, twisty alleys.
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4 He now spoke of the long and painful route by which they had left those spacious grounds and happy villages, to come and battle against the enemies of their Canadian fathers.
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5 Eva's bed-room was a spacious apartment, which, like all the other rooms in the house, opened on to the broad verandah.
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6 At one extremity, this spacious room was lighted by the windows of the two towers, which formed a small recess on either side of the portal.
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7 Cleveland was a spacious, modern-built house, situated on a sloping lawn.
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8 It was spacious, and I dare say had once been handsome, but every discernible thing in it was covered with dust and mould, and dropping to pieces.
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9 The house is filled with hum of voices eddying through the spacious chambers; lit lamps hang down by golden chainwork, and flaming tapers expel the night.
10 I move on, and revisit the citadel and Priam's dwelling; where now in the spacious porticoes of Juno's sanctuary, Phoenix and accursed Ulysses, chosen sentries, were guarding the spoil.
11 The king entertained them in his spacious colonnades; in the central hall they poured goblets of wine in libation, and held the cups while the feast was served on gold.
12 Consequently his field becomes so spacious that he ends by having no rivals.
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13 The house was spacious and had rooms for the house serfs and apartments for visitors.
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14 "There," said the sentinel, pointing over his shoulder to a spacious crypt, hollowed out of the rock, the lights from which shone into the passage through the large arched openings.
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15 There were besides a few dark closets and a spacious cellar.
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