Sorry, no definitions found.
“The cuckoopint is an arum that appears in our woods in April, and is also known as lords-and-ladies, starch-root, Adam-and-Eve, bobbins and Wake Robin.”
“An Adam-and-Eve couple cavort amorously with a stuffed snake, until the nun barges in and jabs her middle finger at them; they scoot off and, once the coast is clear, she gets cozy with the snake.”
“In the end, the Adam-and-Eve ending just didn't feel satisfactory to me.”
“The Adam-and-Eve ending is a terrible sci-fi cliche, even though Rod Serling managed to get away with it in one of his classic Twilight Zone episodes.”
“It's creative writing 101: If you're writing a dystopian science-fiction tale, do not write an Adam-and-Eve ending.”
“Why are youthful indiscretions off-limits for one candidate, but relevant and damning in that Adam-and-Eve kind of way for another?”
“The Adam-and-Eve issue resonates from the get-go when Adam and Evelyn-get it?”
“Adam-and-Eve, daffodils, and masses of sweet clover white with its delicate, fragrant, feathery sprays; scarlet lightning that shot its fiery lances over prim white musk-flowers; a garden it was where sunshine lingered and bees hummed, and winds, beguiled into loitering, purred and rustled.”
“I hear your infant introduced an Adam-and-Eve scene into her party,”
“Adam-and-Eve, and twenty more, which must have got their names from some fairy of genius.”
‘Adam-and-Eve’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Adam-and-Eve.