In p. 87autumn they feed on haws and yew-berries, and in the spring on ivy-berries.
When there aren't any gooseberries about he has to be content with the hips and haws from the rose-trees.
When there aren't any gooseberries about, he has to be content with the hips and haws from the rose-trees.
For their haws they have sometimes been paying him small rents.
Haws' company are now formed with us, making our 50 nearly complete.
Further, if Marten hums and haws about the amount, ascertain what sum will satisfy him.
Your face is as hard and cold and red as one of the haws Flurry brought me.
I'm delighted, Charles, if my little hips and haws meet with your approval.
Miss Miriam was the second Miss Haws, good-tempered and—near-sighted.
The haws are very abundant; which, they say, is another sign of a hard winter.