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  • n. Plural form of honeysuckle.


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  • He ate locusts, not such as we have here that we call honeysuckles; some say that it is flesh of some beasts that abound in the desert of Judea where he baptized; with wild honey he ate it.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 3

  • I would just inhale her for hours afterwards, sex and honeysuckles.

    Shovels and Honeysuckles

  • I sip nectar from honeysuckles and fly around the yard.

    The Memory Palace

  • Burning does a better job of killing honeysuckles and other nonnative weedy vines than cutting.

    Growers harness flames to prepare meadows for wildflowers

  • Also becoming worryingly scarce are seven of the wild honeysuckles that clamber about the woods, two species of wild pear, and five of the many different willows.


  • We have multitudes of honeysuckles all over the place.

    Laissez-faire garden progress report

  • Under the cover of dominant trees are shrubs such as Hippophae rhamnoides, barbel (Berberis spp.), briar roses (Rosa spp.), honeysuckles (Lonicera spp.), and Cotoneaster spp ..

    Central Asian riparian woodlands

  • All was grace and gayety, even the impending rain; this relapse, by which the lilies of the valley and the honeysuckles were destined to profit, had nothing disturbing about it; the swallows indulged in the charming threat of flying low.

    Les Miserables

  • Great Plains and southern New England Amur is one of many invasive exotic bush honeysuckles.

    Plant Invaders

  • June come pinks of all sorts, specially the blushpink; roses of all kinds, except the musk, which comes later; honeysuckles; strawberries; bugloss; columbine; the French marigold, flos

    The Essays


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