Gone were the figs and almonds, the indigo, ivory, tortoise shells.
She would have Phemy see that she had gathered from him no figs or grapes, only thorns and thistles.
The figs are either blue or white; are large and well enough tasted.
He put his hand with some figs on it under the horse's mouth.
As well might he have sent him a hundred figs wherewith to pelt the army of Valentino!
"I will have no more to do with figs or olives either," cried out Herr Ignaz.
Her mother told her to give me some figs if there were any ripe ones.
It had not a good crop, and I told her that I could not see any figs.
Figs are green before they ripen, and then they turn yellow.
I want a pennyworth of figs; come, look sharp and wrap them up; I want to be off!