6 examples of Acacias in a sentence
Quite a town!' she asked, to change the subject, pointing to the red and green roofs visible above a living green wall of
obstinately, as if insisting on having its way, pushed Levin back and, tearing the leaves and blossoms off the lime trees and rudely and strangely uncovering the white branches of birches, bent everything in one direction: the acacias, the flowers, the dock leaves, the grass, and the crests of the trees.
The conductor, passing along the carriages, shouted, "Passengers will get out here!"Phileas Fogg looked at Sir Francis Cromarty for an explanation; but the general could not tell what meant a halt in the midst of this forest of dates and
The country around the lake was well cultivated, for the Mormons are mostly farmers; while ranches and pens for domesticated animals, fields of wheat, corn, and other cereals, luxuriant prairies, hedges of wild rose, clumps of
and milk-wort, would have been seen six months later.
They saw few or no churches, but the prophet's mansion, the court-house, and the arsenal, blue-brick houses with verandas and porches, surrounded by gardens bordered with acacias, palms, and locusts.
Fabrice crut voir que du parapet de la plate-forme, on n’apercevait plus les petits
qui environnaient les jardins établis par les soldats au pied du mur de cent quatre-vingts pieds.