Crossword clues for bergs
n. (plural of berg English)
Usage examples of "bergs".
He has only rumors and some knowledge — that the bergs are unusually numerous and faring farther south this season.
At length the captain had ordered the longboat to be put over with rowers to see whether, as a last resort, they could break free of the path of the bergs.
Ice floated here also, but it was in smaller pieces and, though Audha feared for a space that it might follow the strange and uncanny action of the bergs and herd them back toward the hellish island, these seemed to follow no pattern.
She could watch the wave patterns now and they were drifting southward away from that monstrous trap of the bergs.
But why, her mind worried dimly with the idea, had those bergs seemed to act with purpose against their ship?
Berg — somehow that struck into Trusla's mind — one of the bergs about which they told such legends must threaten the Wave Cleaver now.
As yet there had been no signs of any floating bergs, but Captain Stymir was willing to take the longer route, that he might not encounter whatever had brought the Flying Crossbeak and its crew to their end.
Something drove the bergs so that our ship was herded like one of the wasan to the fall slaughtering.
A handsome British perambulator with a dark blue monogrammed cover came from the Bergs, along with a silver feeding set and an embroidered lace christening dress and, most thoughtfully, presents for Sue as well.
On the Fourth of July the Bergs gave a party, a celebration for Peggy, who now, except for the slightest hesitancy in her walk, was practically recovered from the long ordeal.
There hadn't been photographers waiting on the front steps of the museum for her tonight, as they had been when the Bergs arrived.
Eddy and Pam spent a few weeks at the Bergs' Palm Beach house when no one else was there, and a few weeks out of season at a half-deserted inn on Nantucket.
During her stay with the Bergs, Peggy had quickly learned the ways of their household.
He has only rumors and some knowledge that the bergs are unusually numerous and faring farther south this season.
Berg somehow that struck into Trusla's mind one of the bergs about which they told such legends must threaten the Wave Cleaver now.