Take them out of the husk; warm them with a little good gravy, a bit of butter and flour, a taste of nutmeg, pepper and salt.
There was a lump in his throat, and his good-bye had a husk in it.
With renewed strength it flings away the husk and prowls on to seek other prey.
But in the 'hip' of the rose, the incorporation with the husk of the seed does not take place.
In it, ...