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n. (plural of glide English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: glide)

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How, as the lamps blaze upon you at night, and street after street glides by your wheels, each so regular in its symmetry, so equal in its civilization--how all speak of the CITY OF FREEMEN.

Hartz forests, whose changeless pallor unrestingly glides through the green of the groves-- why is this phantom more terrible than all the whooping imps of the Blocksburg?

Then he glides along the root for a couple of feet, drops to the ground and disappears.

It glides over the park after the moving shadows of the clouds, and chases them, and never catches them, all day.

A ghostly shade, frilled and night-capped, follows the lawstationer to the room he came from and glides higher up.

Arms all this time and now glides after him with a pocket handkerchief wrapped over her head, honouring Mr.

He is free with his money, affable in his manners, innocent in his conversation--but through the placid stream of his life there glides an under-current of forefinger.

Bucket sits out the procession in his own easy manner and glides from the carriage when the opportunity he has settled with himself arrives.

He completes his observations as quietly and carefully as he has carried them on, leaves everything else precisely as he found it, glides away after some five minutes in all, and passes into the street.