Word usage examples
Jimmy Hoffa, cocky, happy, and wearing a big grin, passed him and reached Vulcano first.
Linda Vulcano, who dared to listen and learn for the sake of a child she loves.
I saw anon right her figure Naked floating in a sea, And also on her head, pardie, Her rose garland white and red, And her comb to comb her head, Her doves, and Dan Cupido, Her blinde son, and Vulcano, That in his face was full brown.
In an upstairs room of the Vulcano, I was stood in front of a long table behind which sat eight grave and elderly men in black gowns.
But that was better than dying in the piazzetta or staying in the Vulcano, which provided neither serenity nor brightness.
All in all, it was a more tolerable confinement than I had once endured in the Vulcano prison of my own native Venice.
Beyond the five low points of the dead volcanoes on the black horizon, against the fading greenish afterglow, the New Moon was rising.
Even the succulent blue lilies--a variety of the agapanthus which is so familiar to us in English greenhouses--hung their long trumpet-shaped flowers and looked oppressed and miserable, beneath the burning breath of the hot wind which had been blowing for hours like the draught from a volcano.
Fruit incomparable, fish incomparable, roast pig and baked bird beyond believing, breadfruit and volcano, absolute and continuing perfection of weather, brown-skin paradise maidens such as are promised in alcoran, song and string-music and surf-music!
Chakans were reputable fighters known for the simplicity of their tactics and sophistication of their equipment, yet a few moments of apocalyptic alien fury had obliterated ships and soldiers as thoroughly as moths in a volcano.