Thesaurus / leaves
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I have plucked a bunch of leaves in an unexpected swoop in-shore.
THE SEA AND THE JUNGLEH. M. TOMLINSON
You may kill one—two—ten; yes, as many as the leaves in the forest yonder, and their brothers will not miss them.
THE FEAST OF THE VIRGINS AND OTHER POEMSH. L. GORDON
We notice that its leaves are opposite, that its corolla has five petals and that its calyx is inflated.
WHY WORRY?GEORGE LINCOLN WALTON, M.D.
It is by the alternate movement of these mandibles that the caterpillars devour the leaves with so much greediness and ease.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
Its leaves are in clusters of three, and are four and five inches long.
AMERICAN FOREST TREESHENRY H. GIBSON
Books which are to be overcast and which have had the backs cut off are slightly glued to hold the leaves together.
LIBRARY BOOKBINDINGARTHUR LOW BAILEY
But now, softly whispering through ten thousand leaves, how gently the whole tree yields to the impression!
And if you can paint it you can paint all the leaves in the world.'
THE TOWER OF OBLIVIONOLIVER ONIONS
It is as false a stimulant as opium or alcohol, and leaves a corresponding mark.
THE TRANSLATION OF A SAVAGE, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
Besides this, the lodger who occupies the first floor above me, leaves the house.
THE INFERNOAUGUST STRINDBERG