But as their flowery garland was wreathed
of the brightest roses that had grown there, so, in the tie that united them, were intertwined all the purest and best of their early joys.
The sons of the Achaeans shared it duly among themselves, and chose lovely Chryseis as the meed of Agamemnon; but Chryses, priest of Apollo, came to the ships of the Achaeans to free his daughter, and brought with him a great ransom: moreover he bore in his hand the sceptre of Apollo, wreathed
with a suppliant's wreath, and he besought the Achaeans, but most of all the two sons of Atreus who were their chiefs.
Giovanni stepped forth, and, forcing himself through the entanglement of a shrub that wreathed
its tendrils over the hidden entrance, stood beneath his own window in the open area of Dr.
What lay below us we could not see, for the landscape was wreathed
in billows of morning fog.
The professor sat in silence for a few minutes, and the darkness hid the grim smile that wreathed
his wrinkled countenance.
Hilbery was perturbed by the very look of the light, gold- wreathed
volumes, and would make little faces as if she tasted something bitter as the reading went on; while Mr.
I do not think that Olvia Marthis would mind," he said, his face now wreathed
She wore a smart brown suit, with two very modish little shoes peeping from beneath it; and her hat of dull pink straw, wreathed
with golden-brown poppies, had the indefinable, unmistakable air which pertains to the "creation" of an artist in millinery.
Alec suggested when Mac said he felt as jolly as if he had been drinking champagne instead of the current wine that came with a great frosted cake wreathed
with sugar roses in Aunt Plenty's hamper of goodies.
Then, with four attendants, came the novice, her drooping head wreathed
with white blossoms, and, behind, the abbess and her council of older nuns, who were already counting in their minds whether their own bailiff could manage the farms of Twynham, or whether a reeve would be needed beneath him, to draw the utmost from these new possessions which this young novice was about to bring them.
The likest to a bird the foam-necked ship, propelled by the wind, started over the deep waves of the sea, till that about one hour of the second day, the wreathed
prowed ship had sailed over, so that the traveller saw the land.
But when the goddesses had brought him up, a god oft hymned, then began he to wander continually through the woody coombes, thickly wreathed
with ivy and laurel.
Through all the spring and summertime, garlands of fresh flowers, wreathed
by infant hands, rested on the stone; and, when the children came to change them lest they should wither and be pleasant to him no longer, their eyes filled with tears, and they spoke low and softly of their poor dead cousin.
There are so many bird-cherries round me, great trees with branches sweeping the grass, and they are so wreathed
just now with white blossoms and tenderest green that the garden looks like a wedding.
Flowered, he will assist at love-making, wreathed
in my lady's nut-brown hair; young and callow and unblossomed, he goes into the boiling pot and delivers the word of his sovereign mistress.