In an isolated patch of lowlands, near the Brazilian border, the convoy stalled, apparently for lack of fuel.
That Garden of Eden must have been on a hill, with lowlands below, and high hills above, and roads both ways.
Otherwise, we would not have lingered a breathing while in the lowlands of mystery.
The tendency to engross the lowlands for large plantations was clear, here as elsewhere.
Unlike the other sumacs, it grows for the most part in lowlands and swamps.
The Don arrived to-day from the lowlands with provisions and a letter.
In 1644 Negroes were in demand to work the lowlands of the Delaware.
Soon shall ye learn of revolts among the dwellers in the lowlands: know, then, that it will be by my hand.
And "the great mountains lift the lowlands on to their sides."
Two others were to creep along the path under Snaefell, and shut out the course to the sea and the lowlands on the south and east.