She still wallowed helplessly in the great troughs.
Sometimes it vanished in a great trough of water, reappearing after several sec- onds, a fair distance from the boat.
I locked the door and followed, staggering from side to side of the passage as the Morning Rose rolled wickedly in the great troughs.
The flume, a great triangular trough on struts, was the landmark just before the bridge.
The boat slurped and sloughed its way Lewisward through great troughs of waves blown from the north at forty-five degrees across our bows.
Down in the great trough of twilight, tiny clusters of lights burned where the pits were.
The two men stood tensely, trying to detect any notice of the brig's slipping in the great troughs, but she held firm.
The grapes were gathered and were three feet deep in the great trough.
Momentarily, the sea flattened beneath both hulls as they came to the bottom of a great trough.
Red-Cap carried until the great trough was quite full.