As for the olive-branch, it is so large a butt that a child could not miss it at this distance.
It bears the olive-branch in one hand, and the gleaming sword in the other.
Some day I know she will hold out the olive-branch, but what if he refuses it?
"I come bearing the olive-branch, Princess," he began, in smooth accents.
This poem was the olive-branch that Robert was about to snatch from the tomb.
The olive-branch indeed has neither leaf nor fruit, but it is still an olive-branch.
I bear the olive-branch like the turtle-dove,' he continued, smiling. '
A truly noble offer of the olive-branch must not be misinterpreted.
It was not an olive-branch, but a touch of primitive hospitality.
Little Miss Skipworth hastened, as usual, to thrust in the olive-branch.