At that time he and his men were in the tules with the stock; to be satisfied, she herself must go to the boundary.
What's the matter with you, old man, is only fever 'n' agur ketched in them tules!
He noticed some Indians213 with launches made of tules (bulrushes), in which they navigated the streams.
I helped to clear out them tules and dredged the channels yonder.
One half of this reservoir is bordered thickly by tules; but the other half is without growth.
Year by year the tules reclaim the muddy confluence of the twin rivers.
Not one leaf moving in the tules; all mighty still; they could hear the Injun pumping up blood, glug—glug—glug!
In the briefest fraction of a second the ducks appeared above the tules.
Gomara says that the mats used in the marriage ceremonies of the Aztecs were made of tules.
As far as the eye could reach, and that was very far when we climbed part way up the mast to look, these tules extended.