The train bore me away … we passed row after row of little grey slum houses running at right angles to the embankment.
The plane settled about 400 yards from the runway in an embankment off a five-lane highway.
“He climbed back up the embankment and slipped in the mud, got mad and chewed me out for half an hour,” Kronk said bitterly.
As he wheeled round: Virgil and Dante have come to a halt upon the embankment.
Do you remember that night on the embankment when we were both so scared of getting married?
The high trams swam along the embankment, palaces of light, and they swam yet more admirably in the water.
I think—I think I'll take a walk on the embankment—by myself.
We noticed the devastated stations, villages, and large shell holes in the embankment of the line.
The embankment being completed, the animals construct their lodges.
Situated on the embankment, the Grand Babylon, despite its noble proportions, was somewhat dwarfed by several colossal neighbours.