Friendships ripen and enmities deepen quickly on the trail, seeds of discord sprout and flourish in the cold.
Very comical he looked, for his eyebrows were only partly sprouted again.
Cystopteris bulbifera Cystopteris bulbifera with sprouting bulb Fragile Bladder Fern.
What man can look upon the wonders of the returning year--the first blue skies, the soft rains, the tender sproutings of green stalks without feeling that there is nothing beyond belief?
These sprouts of the Caucasian race are known among the Barbadians by the rather ungracious name of Red Shanks.
VEGETABLES.--Broccoli, celery, lettuces, young onions, parsnips, radishes, small salad, sea-kale, spinach, sprouts,--various herbs.
"True," said somebody, "in these forty-odd months between March, 'Sixty-one, and August, 'Sixty-four, all hands had got their fill of war; laurels gained were softer to rest on than laurels unsprouted, and it ought to be as easy as rolling off a log for him to lie on his prison-hospital cot in 'rotting idleness,' lulled in the proud assurance that he had saved Mobile, or at least postponed for a year--" "Hilary?"