autumnal flowers

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  • Why should you, a young girl, just affianced, too, wear such autumnal flowers? Cited from The Northern Light, by E. Werner
  • Summer flowering annuals will follow and later the autumnal flowers. Cited from Palaces and Courts of the Exposition, Juliet James
  • As the season of autumnal flowers is almost over, he is sending for all those which blow early in the spring: he prevents every wish his Emily can form. Cited from The History of Emily Montague, by Frances Brooke
  • Beyond lies the prairie rich in verdure and enamelled with gorgeous autumnal flowers. Cited from Christopher Carson, by John S. C. Abbott
  • Scarcely less suggestive of departing summer are the new-comers, the late summer golden-rod, the asters, and all autumnal flowers. Cited from Sanders' Union Fourth Reader,by Charles W. Sanders
  • Several of the school-girls wished to make her a basket of their own handiwork, and, filling it with autumnal flowers, to send it as a joint offering. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 42, April, 1861, by Various
  • As if, even in Massachusetts, autumnal flowers -- the groundsel, at least -- did not sometimes persist in blossoming far into the winter! Cited from A Florida Sketch-Book, by Bradford Torrey
  • A variety of autumnal flowers, generally of a brilliant yellow, are in bloom along the beautiful and romantic bunks of the rivulet. Cited from What I Saw in California, by Edwin Bryant
  • She led the way through the back of the house out into the old-fashioned yard, where boxwood bushes and chrysanthemums, together with other autumnal flowers, adorned the beds. Cited from The Ghost of Guir House, by Charles Willing Beale
  • The churchyard was full of rustling shrubs and bright with beds of autumnal flowers, from which the old square tower rose in the mellow air. Cited from London Films, by W.D. Howells
  • For me no wild rose in the lane, But only sad autumnal flowers, And falling shadows and old sighs, And melancholy drift of hours! Cited from The Lonely Dancer and Other Poems, by Richard Le Gallienne
  • Now I knew why these autumnal flowers were called rainbow lilies, and remembered how Yoletta had told me that they gave a beauty to the earth which could not be described or imagined. Cited from A Crystal Age, by W. H. Hudson
  • It was an almost impenetrable thicket, spangled with tall autumnal flowers. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 10, No. 57, Jul, 1862
  • A beautiful meadow about half a mile wide, colored with yellow autumnal flowers, stretched for two or three miles along the foot of the hills, bordered on the opposite side by the river, whose bank was fringed with cottonwood trees. Cited from The Elson Readers, Book 5, by William H. Elson
  • All the dressing she could manage was the placing of a red damask rose or two in the band of her grey stuff gown, there being a great nosegay of choice autumnal flowers on the ~toilette~-table. Cited from Wives and Daughters, E. C. Gaskell
  • Such faded leaves as clung to the shrubs about the villa were drooping under the weight of the rain-drops, and a few autumnal flowers that still lit up the broad borders lay prostrate on the earth. Cited from The Italians, by Frances Elliot
  • Sometimes he stopped impatiently at the window, beating a tattoo with his nails on the polished casement as he gazed out upon the beautiful parterres of autumnal flowers, beginning to shed their petals around the gardens of the Palace. Cited from The Golden Dog, by William Kirby
  • She walked through the glowing, beautiful rooms of Catheron Royals, through the grounds and gardens, bright with gay autumnal flowers -- a home luxurious enough for a young duchess -- and still that feeling of unreality was there. Cited from A Terrible Secret, by May Agnes Fleming
  • I picture to myself just how it will look; Morris' garden, full of the autumnal flowers -- the ripe peaches in our orchard, the grapes ripening on the wall, and the long shadows on the grass, just as I used to watch them, wondering what made them move so fast, and where they could be going. Cited from Family Pride, by Mary J. Holmes
  • May comes -- the roses are over, and the chief flowers in the gardens are dahlias and marigolds, our autumnal flowers -- September, and these autumnal flowers still bloom, and with them you have mignonette and roses, and then pinks and jasmine, and other flowers. Cited from Life in Mexico, by Frances Calder¢n De La Barca