Noun(1) band or rope made of twisted twigs or stems(2) strong flexible twig
(1) We put sprigs of white hyacinth in a glass tumbler and placed it on a tray with candles.(2) the white of snow(3) They identified more with black and Latino American culture than white American culture.(4) Contemporary palates, myself included, view sauvignon as one of the most useful white wines in the rack.(5) Her face was as white as snow, and her hair as black as ink, and her lips as red as the blood on her gravestone.(6) This was a startling shift for a company that was an icon of white American culture.(7) She could see them now, humans dressed in white with their faces covered by strange masks.(8) Molly stood up in surprise and noticed that she was now wearing a gauzy dress of iridescent white .(9) We ordered glasses of white Lillet, a sweet French apÔö£┬«ritif wine from Bordeaux.(10) On the floors were white ceramic tiles that reflected the fluorescent lights overhead.(11) Brighten up a plain white bathroom with these fresh colours from Dulux.(12) I'm usually the poor sap sitting right next to her who is white with fear.(13) The sun shines in the sky, which is bright blue with a few pearl white clouds hovering above.(14) A different reaction or argument of white Southerners in respect to recent events in the South is bewilderment.(15) He looked awful - he was paper white , even his lips, and he had dark shadows under his eyes.(16) He span in his chair, and his old and rugged face was white with fear.
1. withy ::
Different Formswithe, withed, withes
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