An' then there was pomegranates an' cherubim, an' as for silver an' gold, they were as common as dirt.
A border of sunflowers and pomegranates, with powderings of the same for the centre.
They consisted of one fig, two pomegranates, and four quinces.
In the courtyard are lemon-trees and pomegranates laden with fruit.
How are wasps and pomegranates generally produced in this world?
He speaks in raptures of its melons, pomegranates, and grapes.
To this also were hung two hundred pomegranates, in two rows.
We saw also almonds, pomegranates, and standard peaches and apricots.
Pomegranates and quinces were also numerous, but they were not cultivated for the trade.
Her lips, which were like pomegranates, straightened into a line.