Wild language occupied the way, until we shook farewell at combe.
A combe, in west of England parlance, is a deep, ravinelike valley.
At the back of combe Sydenham are the remains of an old mill.
To call on a lady somewhere near Richmond, or combe, I think it is.
In the right company, Lieutenant combe was the only officer who had survived so far.
These scarps may be observed in process of shaping at the head of every combe.
But it was still a good hour before noon when the Hare suddenly jumped up and stole out of the combe.
The messenger had sped, and Alice of the combe would be there.
It seems possible that these verses may have been written to accompany the story of Alice of the combe, and then discarded.
It was dark when the King and his company came to the combe.