rim of the world

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  • Sky and water met far out on the rim of the world. Cited from Where the Sun Swings North, by Barrett Willoughby
  • Japan lies in the shadow, away on the rim of the world. Cited from The Invention of a New Religion, B.H. Chamberlain
  • The sun was at the very rim of the world. Cited from The Furnace of Gold, by Philip Verrill Mighels
  • She stood there poised like a bird on the rim of the world. Cited from The Lookout Man, by B. M. Bower
  • "Now we're three on the rim of the world." Cited from Harrigan, by Max Brand
  • For all the answer I got I might as well have been alone on the windy rim of the world. Cited from Tales of Lonely Trails, by Zane Grey
  • And then a few, dear, faltered words changed the desert into a garden that reached to the rim of the world. Cited from Cupid's Understudy, by Edward Salisbury Field
  • Almost visibly the routed night rolled back over the western rim of the world. Cited from The False Faces, by Vance, Louis Joseph
  • Far away on the rim of the world stood a tiny horseman. Cited from The Gentleman, by Alfred Ollivant
  • The sun showed close to the rim of the world when he finally realized that, if he meant to get anywhere, he had better be about it. Cited from Partners of Chance, by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • Somewhere over the rim of the world lies romance, and every heart yearns to go and find it. Cited from White Shadows in the South Seas, by Frederick O'Brien
  • The moon rolled down to the rim of the world. Cited from Overland Red, by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • The gods who lean over the rim of the world to laugh at us have marked them for their barrenness. Cited from Marching Men, by Sherwood Anderson
  • The sun rested on the rim of the world, a golden disk under a wind-blown sky. Cited from The Tin Soldier, by Temple Bailey
  • He has flown to the rim of the world. Cited from Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children, by Mabel Powers
  • Far out over the broad expanse, indefinite as to distance, the rising sun seemed resting upon the very rim of the world. Cited from Ben Blair, by Will Lillibridge
  • The sky that had been cloudless for days still remained barren, but the sailor knew what lay beyond the clear-cut rim of the world. Cited from West Wind Drift, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • Ahead, far off and lustrous, a new field of stars hung scarce higher than their gunwale, above the rim of the world. Cited from Dragon's blood, by Henry Milner Rideout
  • Between them, just over the eastern rim of the world, appear the Pleiades, their "sweet influences" in keeping with the season. Cited from Some Summer Days in Iowa, by Frederick John Lazell
  • To north, to west, the desert rim of the world veiled itself in magic blue, mysteriously dim. Cited from The Flying Legion, by George Allan England
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