How to use Verges in a sentence
It is made up of a number of points of view which successively appeared acceptable to a personality whose self-appreciation verges more and more upon the insane, and exhibits neither consecutiveness nor consistency.
And in Spring, the verges of the lanes are high in wild angelica, its vivid light green found nowhere else in nature.
Ashen Italian patriarch Ronnie runs this brilliant parlor caff on the verges of Shoreditch.
In the days when there were no cars, they used to have chicken coops on the grass verges!
At its best in the middle of a field of ripe golden corn, it is also familiar from roadsides and verges.Advertisement
In roadside verges, increasing the cutting frequency reduced the frequency of onion couch.
The magazine is not an easy read and, at times, verges on a type of academic pomposity, which I find irritating.
Under the 1959 Weeds Act, it is an offense to allow ragwort to grow on any land, whether farmland or grass verges.
Wherever possible new footpaths should be separated from roads by verges and low shrubbery.
Much loved flowers like cowslips as well as rarer plants such as bastard toadflax are found on our protected verges.Advertisement
The more traditional horse drawn trailers are seen on many of the grassy verges throughout the area with horses tethered close by.
Playing fields, parks, motorway verges are new sources of grassland.
Charms and words of power being supposed to possess efficacy in themselves are guarded with great secrecy by their owners, and hence, in so far as prayer verges on spell, there will be a disposition to mutter or otherwise conceal the sacred formula.
Roadside verges were also looking very dry around the island.
The majority of original local roads are narrow sinuous lanes with no verges.Advertisement
Grass verges and visibility splays in the rural areas are cut twice a year.
Anything shorter verges on inappropriate for professional environments and will generally not be flattering to a plus size figure.
The moody piece is solemn with an undercurrent of dark or forbidden passion that verges on fear.