Back down along the Orontes, very early the day before, my friend dropped me off on a dirt track by a copse of trees.
He could change in some copse, and bury his own clothes, avoiding the blunders he has seen in others.
Ere they reached the copse, the peasants had disappeared within it.
She listened quietly, and said no word, but allowed me to lead her up the cave until we reached the copse of which I have spoken.
"That's the copse," she shouted, pointing to the trees on her left.
Is this the amice of the friar you saw issue from the copse?
At last Ralph started off, by the way of the copse, to look for her.
A little above the copse another head rises; that of Chaucer's great friend, John Gower.
The meadows by the copse were small, not more than two or three acres each.
Now, in May, they are busy; they have paired, and each couple has a part of the copse to themselves.