EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUPINE
He had, however, taught his wife how to treat him when in his lupine form.
Burton, this lupine, leering lover of blood—this killer of women.
This had, for two or three days, disputed the ground with the lupine and phlox.
She was on her way, I suppose, to some wild garden, probably for lupine and starchy saxifrage leaves and rootstocks.
Lupine-seed, in plant-lore “lupine” means wolfish, and is suggestive of the Evil One.
Barley, which grows more rapidly than the lupine, was sown to protect the plants while very young.
It is also fine for lattice work, or it may be grown where it can appropriate the dried stems of lupine and larkspurs.
Its likeness to loup may have given occasion to the fiction of their taking the lupine form.
Near the summit of the mound the path was lost in a foam of the blue, lilac, and white butterfly blossoms of the lupine.
Beyond the lupine stood a rank of dazzling white turkey-beards, the xerophyllum of the botanists.
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