The sea was like a millpond all the way, and they were sighted by no one likely to interfere or ask questions.
At the upper end of the coombe the spring issued, and at the lower was the millpond.
It was beautiful weather, and the sea as smooth as a millpond.
Two of them, then three, four, as they came out on the bank of a millpond.
The lake was as smooth as a millpond, and surrounded with long stretches of marshland and heavy thickets of tropical growth.
It was a warm and beautiful day and the water was as calm as a millpond.
Beside it, reflecting the golden glory of autumn trees, was the millpond.
The lake was as calm as a millpond; but Lake Huron is notoriously treacherous.
Yet the sea looked calm as a millpond—just the morning for a bath.
His own carbine was gone; he had dropped it at the verge of the millpond when he had taken charge of Croxton.