silvery-leaved love


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  • adj. having silvery leaves


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  • West and south stretched a rolling plain, thinly begrown with shrubs not like Terrestrial sagebrush in appearance: low, wiry, silvery-leaved, Due north rose the sheer black wall of Kusulongo the Mountain, jagged against the Milky Way.

    Trader To The Stars

  • His donkey-chair had been left at the yellow-washed mill beneath the grove of silvery-leaved, ever-rustling, balsam poplars.

    The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance

  • The raised vegetable garden bed is also bright with silvery-leaved Russian sage blooming next to the watermelon and muskmelon vines. stories: News


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