Thesaurus / beanstalk

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Thus the mosque which was now such a bone of contention came into being, growing with the rapidity of Jack's beanstalk.

The affection of young ladies is of as rapid 35 growth as Jack's beanstalk, and reaches up to the sky in a night.

Jack seized it and chopped away at the beanstalk, when down it fell, bringing along with it the Giant.

Jack had no sooner reached the ground than he cut the beanstalk right in two.

Jack's last words to his army just before climbing the beanstalk will be, "If you strike a giant you must kill him."

Pieces of HateHeywood Broun

We can learn Jack and the Beanstalk or anything like that in no time, hastily replied Martha.

Little Washington's RelativesLillian Elizabeth Roy

He reflected with sorrow on his disobedience in climbing the beanstalk against her will, and concluded that he must die of hunger.

Folk-lore and legends: EnglishCharles John Tibbits

Suppose that you are confronted with the statement that Jack climbed up the beanstalk into the sky.

All Things ConsideredG. K. Chesterton

I shouldn't have been surprised had I found myself climbing the beanstalk after Jack.

A Woman Named SmithMarie Conway Oemler

He was half-way down when Jack took his hatchet and cut the beanstalk down, close to its roots.

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