What a paradise this would be for the botanist in spring, or for the portrait painter!
He is a man of wisdom and a botanist to boot—or do I mean withal?
The botanist tapped the arm of his chair with definite, meditative taps.
And yet does not the botanist like to study the flower in the soil where it grows?
As a boy the future botanist developed an astonishing faculty of climbing.
I have said that Milton has told us more in these few lines than any botanist could.
The only botanist who has fairly described it has given it the name of pinus monophyllus.
Of course the botanist made no objection, and Caspar was delighted with the idea.
Now this singular plant the botanist Karl recognised at a glance.
But I must stop; otherwise, by Jove, I shall be transformed into a botanist.