As soon as they had gone out of my hearing I emerged from the brier thicket.
Trudy was keen as a brier whenever her own realm was threatened.
It is your right,” said his daughter, quietly; “the Brier Brook swales were yours.
It must be lovely there, and the change will make you as keen as a brier for business.
Hidden by brier and eglantine, they are fast losing all traces of cultivation.
As he touched her, Brier Rose opened her eyes and looked quite sweetly at him.
The plants in all these are either a brier and a rose, or a brier and a birk.
So he picked up Rabbit and threw him far into the brier patch.
“I will throw you into the brier patch,” repeated the Frenchman.
The only thing he could think of was to make his nest in a brier bush.