walls enclose

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  • Formerly the city walls enclosed the outside of the gate and it was not used for many years.
  • A wall enclosed the large garden and cemetery next to the church.
  • The wall enclosed the garden of a very rich family. Cited from The Little House in the Fairy Wood, by Ethel Cook Eliot
  • No matter if your city walls enclose a larger place, it is yet a cage. Cited from Pixy's Holiday Journey, by George Lang
  • Beyond the temple proper was an outer wall enclosing a wide variety of secondary buildings.
  • Read how the little, narrow, wall-enclosed city on the islands has spread into this great sea of houses below us. Cited from The Wonderful Adventures of Nils, by Selma Lagerloef
  • At the top of the ridge is a square tower with a wall enclosed area to its east.
  • For most of its history, a solid wooden wall enclosed the cemetery on all sides.
  • Beyond the temple building proper, the outer walls enclosed numerous satellite buildings.
  • The walls enclosed both the upper and lower towns.
  • Mahumane described a settlement built of dark-blue stone, with a wall enclosing the whole area.
  • The wall encloses the entire building and only the bell-tower with its cross peek out over the top.
  • They are high walls enclosing three sides of a rose garden with a lower and possibly rebuilt wall on the south side.
  • The settlement consisted of eight structures surrounded by a stone wall enclosing about three acres.
  • A wall encloses the town in which a large church becomes the focal point.
  • It is built in such a manner that seven citadels and the same number of walls enclose each other. Cited from A Forgotten Empire, by Robert Sewell
  • A strong stone wall enclosed the whole, cloistered, as a protection from sun and storm. Cited from More Bywords, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • High were the towers and rich with ancient state, In its old wall enclosed and massive gate. Cited from Poems by Jean Ingelow, In Two Volumes, Volume II, by Jean Ingelow
  • The inner wall enclosed a palace; while the outer wall enclosed the town.
  • When this home of mine is made thine, that very moment is it taken across, even while its old walls enclose it. Cited from Sadhana, by Rabindranath Tagore
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