Nevertheless I long day and night to see her face, and to sit beneath the shadow of my own rooftree.
Elizabethan London was a musical city, and part-singing was cultivated beneath the rooftree of every well-to-do burgher.
He was alone under his own rooftree, alone with an oppressive silence and his own thoughts.
She had seen a framework erected, a rooftree set, and joists and rafters and beams swinging into place.
The people who paid for its construction saw in its growing walls and rooftree only the few hundred dollars they hoped to gain.
The fire licked up the trees, and the farm, and the rooftree before their eyes.
For two lively years a brace of graduate students, Cherub and Seraph, folded their wings beneath the Scarab rooftree.
Settled under their own rooftree in the golden land of California, the family for a time were measurably happy.
It ceased, and it was evident that the gaol from dungeon to rooftree was in the power of the "Lads of the Heather."
He lifted his first rooftree in what then were still the wilds of Prince William County.