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  • Two men took the left side of the copse, three others turned to the right. Cited from Vera Nevill, by Mrs. H. Lovett Cameron
  • Already it is becoming more difficult to look right through the copse. Cited from Hodge and His Masters, by Richard Jefferies
  • As soon as the latter was ready, he took his arm and led him into the copse. Cited from The Red House Mystery, by A. A. Milne
  • It has at some time or other been dry enough to let a whole copse grow up inside it? Cited from Town Geology, by Charles Kingsley
  • Here and there they passed little copses crossing the path which they were following. Cited from Twenty Years After, by Alexandre Dumas
  • Tom looked back, and found himself alone in the fields and copses. Cited from Tom Tufton's Travels, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • At last he broke through the copse behind the oak-tree, and saw her. Cited from German Classics of The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, by Francke
  • I instantly became sure she had just come out of the copse. Cited from Turn of the Screw, by Henry James
  • But no answer came; nor could he in that thick copse gain sight of him again. Cited from J. S. Le Fanu's Ghostly Tales, Volume 3, by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Three copses of trees are located throughout the otherwise open lot.
  • He had a taste, which cannot have come from his father, for copse and field. Cited from The Highwayman, by H.C. Bailey
  • But they are very wild and keep in the copses, and fly if they see anyone coming. Cited from Halcyone, by Elinor Glyn
  • Suddenly he left his seat, and entering a copse he examined his clothing. Cited from Conscience by Hector Malot, v2
  • The next day he went to the willow copse, but she did not come. Cited from The Miller Of Old Church, by Ellen Glasgow
  • So, carefully replacing him just as we found him, we left the spot and re-entered the copse. Cited from The Amateur Poacher, by Richard Jefferies
  • The second grave is on the edge of a copse on the east side of the road.
  • There has been no rearing done in these copses on the hills within the memory of man. Cited from A Cotswold Village, by J. Arthur Gibbs
  • These birds seem to have their regular rounds; there are some copses where they are scarcely ever heard. Cited from Round About a Great Estate, by Richard Jefferies
  • Hallooing and the sound of men running through the copse were heard close at hand. Cited from The Fair Maid of Perth, by Sir Walter Scott
  • Then he went on, and still the ground sloping sent him down the hill till he came close to the copse. Cited from Short Stories and Selections, Emilie Kip Baker
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