Thesaurus / willow

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The young giant crossed the brook, passed the willow, found the mullein stalk, and counted the daffodils.

Tell Me Another StoryCarolyn Sherwin Bailey

But when he jumped, he caught his tail on the branch of the willow tree and left part of it up there.

In conclusion, I shall say that the willow oak is one of the most interesting of trees.

The willow tree (Welsh helygen), which grows essentially by the water-side, may be connoted with wallow.

Archaic EnglandHarold Bayley

Aleck looked at him an instant, saw his sulky, set lips, and then walked over to a willow bush near by.

The Ice QueenErnest Ingersoll

There was a willow growing back some few feet from the edge of the bank.

He held the office of treasurer nearly 30 years, sustaining himself by the courtly maxim, of "being a willow, and not an oak."

Why, he wears the willow for her to this day; and her husband married again, before her grave was green.

It was so light out of doors that they could see the willow tree distinctly.

Hans BrinkerMary Mapes Dodge

As Willow Wand grew taller, the time came when she thought of wedding.

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