These, the half-cookie, the turnip, and the dulse, with the smell of the baker's bread, was all he had had.
"Sir Gibbie" by George MacDonald
Over this he spread some of the wet dulse, which soon crackled and shrivelled up, sending forth a rich and fragrant steam.
"Lost in the Fog" by James De Mille
Maida contributed some dulse for the hair, slitting it into ribbons, which she stuck on with glue.
"Maida's Little Shop" by Inez Haynes Irwin
From her window I saw Hendry buying dulse.
"A Window in Thrums" by J. M. Barrie
It is dulse and drift coming to the surface when the storm of the day is over.
"First Fam'lies of the Sierras" by Joaquin Miller
Among the dark-coloured is Rhodomenia palmata, better known as dulse, a common and edible species.
"Sea-Weeds, Shells and Fossils" by Peter Gray
Here is the dulse, your honour, It is wholesome, and has the good taste of the sea.
"The King's Threshold; and On Baile's Strand" by William Butler Yeats
I leant out over a ledging cliff and looked down into the sea,
Where weed and kelp and dulse swayed, in green translucency;
Where the abalone clung to the rock and the star-fish lay about,
Purpling the sands that slid away under the silver trout.
"Atavism" by Cale Young Rice