“In recent years, Cedar Waxwings have increasingly turned to crops and ornamentals such as crabapple, hawthorn, firethorn, pepper tree, Russian olive in the West, and non-native honeysuckle in the East as winter food sources.”
“For color "up high," flowering trees such as crabapple, magnolia and tulip trees can be real show stoppers.”
“If you really can't bear to black out your lips (with pale eyes and just a crabapple of blusher), then try a dark plummy red, such as Dolce & Gabbana's or Maybelline's.”
“Dense, slightly chewy, riddled with onions and garlic with that "just so" touch of roasted sesame oil, I wouldn't hesitate to pair this bread with (garlic?) butter, or even a crabapple jelly would be awesome!”
“We live in a second-floor flat on the west side of Cleveland, next to a church with a small crabapple orchard out back.”
“I pause beneath a crabapple tree and look for a place to hide.”
“The backyard to my grandmother's house was partly shaded by a canopy of crabapple trees, and some of the crabapples had already fallen and begun to rot in the heat.”
“Nothing too exotic to report aside from a flock of purple finches in the crabapple tree.”
“Reminds moi of barrel of Apples, if one does not remove the rotten one, the bad crabapple wins, good, never in of itself makes bad good only good bad.”
“The three little girls followed me and we ran around like superheros or jumped out of the crabapple tree.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘crabapple’.
Grateful credit to pterodactyl and http://reocities.com/SoHo/Studios/9783/phond1.html.
Words you love saying because they feel and sound so good!
(Not to be conflated with words you love saying because they are onomatopoeic, I have another list for that)
Is it a crab? Does it have crab in its name? Does it contain the letters c-r-a-b (in that order)? Then list it!
Apple used to be a generic term for fruit so it shows up a lot.
words that evoke magic, mystery, mayhem, magnificence or anything else that glimmers in the grass
These chromonyms are defined as colors in at least one dictionary (mostly MW3). (Actually there's one fake, for reasons I'll explain someday.) They are all one-word nouns such as "kelly", which can...
I spent a few seasons doing gardening work for a former English professor. This is just a list of some of the friends I made in her garden. (Some of these plants spent the winter inside, of course.)
Transforming our yard into a place for living things. The list and the yard will grow in tandem. I will add only as I plant (or discover volunteers).
Flora, fauna and other things common in the time and place where I grew up
All fruits are not created equal. Nor are all words for fruits. These are my favorite fruit words and not necessarily my favorite fruits!
A list made in honor of my son, who likes to eat it. A lot. Today he's had blueberries, apples, bananas, and watermelon, and that was just in his first two hours awake. Limited to fruit I could thi...
Looking for tweets for crabapple.