He stayed with them and was shocked when the car left the road, bumping into a secluded copse, frightening the girl.
DUMFRIES (Gaelic, "the fort in the copse"), a royal and parliamentary burgh and capital of the county, Dumfriesshire, Scotland.
The tree vegetation consists rather of jungle or copse than forest, abounding in game which is preserved by the native chiefs.
COPPICE, or Copse (from an O.
Hyrst, copse, wood), e.g.
There the sun lighted me to hoe beans, pacing slowly backward and forward over that yellow gravelly upland, between the long green rows, fifteen rods, the one end terminating in a shrub oak copse where I could rest in the shade, the other in a blackberry field where the green berries deepened their tints by the time I had made another bout.
I have seen bricks amid the oak copse there.
On the left our troops were close to a copse, in which smoked the bonfires of our infantry who were felling wood.
Having galloped safely through the French, he reached a field behind the copse across which our men, regardless of orders, were running and descending the valley.
It was at the end of a village that stretched along the highroad in the midst of a young copse in which were a few fir trees.
(This meant that the she-wolf, about whom they both knew, had moved with her cubs to the Otradnoe copse, a small place a mile and a half from the house.)
And Platon Karataev told a long story of how he had gone into someone's copse to take wood, how he had been caught by the keeper, had been tried, flogged, and sent to serve as a soldier.