Gen. 38:14, 21, mar. Enaim; the same probably as Enam (Josh. 15:34), a city in the lowland or Shephelah.
In this open place Papanekis, one of my Indians, had placed a gill net for the purpose of catching fish.
When I opened them, there was Yowler sneaking across that open place.
Agoraphobia, for instance, is the fear of crossing an open place.
In the middle of the wood was an open place, surrounded by lofty cedars.
When we crept in the water below that open place, I carried the musket on my back not to wet it.
A turn in the defile brought them to something of an open place.
Stewart directed cowboys to go to the head of the open place in the cliff and let down lassoes.
But surely in this wild, open place no one would interfere with the waggon?
Next he came to an open place, a clearing in the trees where men had lately been.
She has recently come into an open place, and she is distracted by the many opportunities.