Her head sank lower; the Annie Laurie lost the wind, and fell off and rolled on the ground swell.
It was like the sound, dull and heavy, of the ground swell that precedes the storm.
There also came to him the constant creaking of the dock, the slow dull recurrence of the ground swell against her bow.
Her bosom still was heaving with the ground–swell of her injury.
His soul is still heaving with the ground swell of the storm, though the blasts come more fitfully, and are dying into calm.
A ground swell, hardly perceptible on the surface of the sea, will kick up no end of a smother on the rock.
This was a ground swell, such as never moved in Denboro Bay.
The harbour water was still; and the open––beyond the tickle rocks––was without a ripple or hint of ground swell.
A ground swell cast him again near the vender of prize packages.
Loud murmurs began to arise at this, and the orator knew that the ground swell betokened the coming storm.