The seething human hive—the fellows piling in the freight to the music of their songs—the fiery mouth of Vesuvius up above.
It is a greater mountain than Vesuvius and has done more work than she has done.
Imagine these people crying out and running and these columns swaying and falling when Vesuvius bellowed and shook the earth.
There was a pleasant farmhouse out of town on the slope of Vesuvius.
We entered St. Lucia: the sea lay before us; Vesuvius blazed.
Vesuvius, with its column of smoke, was in plain view from the seats.
Well, you have your little souvenirs of Vesuvius at any rate, even if they've turned out rather expensive ones.
It would have been perfect had Vesuvius blown off the top of its head at that moment.
After viewing Pompeii, I lunched at a restaurant and then decided to go to Vesuvius.
This was precisely the condition of Vesuvius at the time that Rollo visited it.
volcano near Naples, of unknown origin; perhaps from Celtic root *ves- "mountain" or Oscan fesf "smoke, steam."