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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of botanize.
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This, he soon realizes, was the wrong response in a residence where "every thing, even to the table on which we supped, was holy," but he botanizes Mount Zion with impunity and finds a new species of tick at the site of Christ's temptation.
She sketches and paints in water colors, and botanizes, and looks for bits of stones and rocks which she examines through a glass, and translates French and generally potters around.
They are so big that there's room for all kinds, and it turns out that Lady Cressida is the moral one -- married a clergy-man and does missionary work in the East End. Think of my taking such a lot of trouble about a clergyman's wife, who wears Indian jewelry and botanizes!
Whether he hunts, fishes, botanizes, geologizes or merely loafs and invites his soul, it is equally fascinating, and he is
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Think of my taking such a lot of trouble about a clergyman’s wife, who wears Indian jewelry and botanizes!