The meal is all nectar and ambrosia, and now, filled and contented, we subside into sleep on comfortable couches.
"The Lands of the Saracen" by Bayard Taylor
They not only drink the nectar and abstract the pollen of the flower, but they appropriate the peach itself.
"The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction" by Various
And thereafter in due time there was born to me, not the nectar of a son, but this lump of grief in the form of a daughter.
"An Essence Of The Dusk, 5th Edition" by F. W. Bain
Come, landlord, ladle out the nectar.
"Madam Crowl's Ghost and The Dead Sexton" by Joseph Sheridan LeFanu
As the bee collects nectar and departs without injuring the flower, or its color or scent, so let a sage dwell in his village.
"Sacred Books of the East" by Various
The very taste of ideal nectar, only stiller, from keeping.
"The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)" by Frederic G. Kenyon
Sun-birds visit the pomegranate flowers, and eat insects therein too, as well as nectar.
"The Personal Life Of David Livingstone" by William Garden Blaikie
Whose pure lips quaff with ever-new delight The nectar-sea of deeds by Rama done.
"Hindu Literature" by Epiphanius Wilson
Some flowers have much nectar, some less, and some have none at all; the Clover contains a great deal.
"Wildflowers of the Farm" by Arthur Owens Cooke
She was a case of Ambrosia and Nectar and he was plain old Ham and Spinach.
"People You Know" by George Ade
It lives upon their nectar, and dwells only in the climates where they perennially bloom.
"Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 6" by Various
Calypso greeted her visitor kindly, bade him be seated, and set nectar and ambrosia before him.
"Stories from the Odyssey" by H. L. Havell
The worst 'tanglefoot' or 'forty-rod' from Cincinnati or St. Louis would have been nectar by the side of that brandy.
"Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life" by Thomas Wallace Knox
He'd always find nectar, you'd better believe.
"Romance of California Life" by John Habberton
The hottest noon on the hottest beach, when the coral burns the feet, this nectar is cool.
"White Shadows in the South Seas" by Frederick O'Brien
Describe the sucking tube, or "proboscis," and name some flowers from which it might obtain nectar.
"A Guide for the Study of Animals" by Worrallo Whitney
Bring us two more, thou Hebe of the hops-nectar.
"The Grandchildren of the Ghetto" by Israel Zangwill
She will change the glass we meant to drink out of, and give us a bitter draught at the moment that we dreamed of nectar!
"Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume II." by Charles James Lever
To Mona, however, the idea of this dance is hardly pure nectar.
"Mrs. Geoffrey" by Duchess
Mark where yon tree rewards the stony shower With fruit nectareous or the balmy flower.
"The Religion of Geology and Its Connected Sciences" by Edward Hitchcock
When humming bees, hid in their golden bow'rs,
Sip the pure nectar of MAY'S blushing rose,
Or faint with noon-day toils, their limbs repose,
In Baths of Essence stol'n from sunny flow'rs.
"Sonnet to Evening" by Mary Darby Robinson
Its gorgeous blooms were never stirred
By honey-bee nor humming-bird
In their corollas dipping;
But they from clover white and red
Delicious nectar drew instead
In dainty rounds of sipping.
"All the Rage" by Hattie Howard
When I view the deep tint of the dew-dropping Rose,
Where the bee sits enamour'd its nectar to sip;
Then, ah say, will not memory fondly disclose
The softer vermilion that glow'd on HIS lip?
"Stanzas to Love" by Mary Darby Robinson
Seek ye the dewy perfume seaward blown
From flowering orange-groves to passing ships;
Nay, sip the nectared dew of Helicon,
And Love will find--and claim it all his own--
A sweeter dew on some fair woman's lips.
"Love Will Find" by Hanford Lennox Gordon
Any soul that drank the nectar of your passion was lifted.
From that water of life he is in a state of elation.
Death came, smelled me, and sensed your fragrance instead.
From then on, death lost all hope of me.
"Any Soul That Drank the Nectar" by Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
O ! hither haste, thou nectar'd gale,
Now flutt'ring through the distant vale !
Ah no ! it scorns the prison-gloom;
And seeks the Woodland's bursting bloom ;
'Tis not for me that breezes sigh,
Or Summer opes her lustrous eye.
"Stanzas" by Laura Sophia Temple
Chocolate Sun Organic Sunless Tan at Nectar Skin Bar.
Our writer put worries of orange-tinted skin aside and tested the organic Chocolate Sun spray tan, available starting today, at Georgetown's new Nectar Skin Bar.
Inside the sleek new Nectar Skin Bar in Georgetown.
The Spa Miami signature agave- nectar oil.
Nectar from above Rainwater harvesting captures a precious resource — water — for use in the garden.
IZotope is now shipping Nectar , a complete vocal processing toolkit announced earlier this month at the AES show in San Francisco.
Nectar includes everything users need to quickly find the vocal sound they are looking for.
IZotope is offering an introductory price of $199 on Nectar purchases through Dec 13.
This nectar bat is one of many to visit Mel and Deirdre's backyard in Arizona.
My husband recently purchased agave nectar because he heard that it is better for us than white sugar.
Agave Nectar is a liquid sweetener derived from the blue agave plant of southern Mexico.
The tubular flowers of the obedient plant provide nectar for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Gamelan Madu Sari New Nectar Songlines.
Yage is yajé, Banisteriopsis caapi: vine of the soul, secret nectar of the Amaéon, the shaman 's holy drink, the ultimate poison, a miracle cure.
¼ cup honey or agave nectar.