To their right stood two broken columns, half-hidden beneath a wild tangle of vine and clusters of purple grapes.
Basins, brooms, and sponges lay about, half-hidden by the seats.
He stood now, looking with half-hidden admiration at the man whom two minutes before he had despised.
There was a touch of something that was like a half-hidden irony in her voice.
Feeling a tremor of emotion run through the girl, she stooped and kissed her half-hidden cheek.
Strange to say, it had been much easier to talk when she had been half-hidden in the apple-tree.
But behind the crooked smile which was half-hidden from him, he caught the dawn of a new light that he understood.
Her ear, half-hidden among her blonde hair, was near to him.
It became more and more difficult to replenish their fires, even from the fallen trees beside them, now half-hidden in the drifts.
Clouds drifted across the face of the moon, half-hidden in mist.