Soames remained at his post of fidelity to the glaucous witch.
"Seven Men" by Max Beerbohm
Mrs. Bodiham looked at him; her pale, glaucous eyes reflected his action without comment.
"Crome Yellow" by Aldous Huxley
The water is of a queer glaucous green, olive-coloured, or rather like the tint made when you wash out a box of water-colour paints.
"Angling Sketches" by Andrew Lang
A God who thinks, acts, speaks, who wanders through nature, like Ulysses of old on the glaucous sea, is altogether a man.
"Thais" by Anatole France
It is recognized among its associate species by its conspicuously glaucous foliage.
"The Genus Pinus" by George Russell Shaw
Willow, glaucous (pussy), 107.
"Getting Acquainted with the Trees" by J. Horace McFarland
They sometimes appear to have a glaucous reflection, probably from the abundance of the spores.
"The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise" by M. E. Hard
This bird differs from the Glaucous-winged only in the pattern of the gray markings of the primaries and in having a little lighter mantle.
"The Bird Book" by Chester A. Reed
The mass of dismembered spores forms that fine glaucous hue which is mentioned above.
"Fungi: Their Nature and Uses" by Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
Sepals and petals glaucous green.
"The Woodlands Orchids" by Frederick Boyle
The young bark of this species is covered with a thick glaucous or vivid blue-white 'bloom.
"Trees and Shrubs for English Gardens" by Ernest Thomas Cook
But mostly the glaucous rushes, neither definitely blue nor green nor gray, occupied the landscape.
"Carnival" by Compton Mackenzie
Entirely pale grey or glaucous.
"European Fungus Flora: Agaricaceae" by George Massee
In colour they are of a beautiful glaucous green, hardly distinguishable at times from the leaves on which they rest.
"Butterflies and Moths" by William S. Furneaux
At Barrier Lake (July 30, 1951) two parasitic jaegers were harassing a glaucous gull that responded as if being attacked by a hawk.
"Birds Found on the Arctic Slope of Northern Alaska" by James W. Bee
These all show up well over the masses of grey and glaucous foliage, and against the rich darkness of dusky Yew.
"Wood and Garden" by Gertrude Jekyll
Tree vigorous, healthy, spreading, productive, early bearer; Shoots stout; Foliage large, glaucous.
"American Pomology" by J. A. Warder
The fruit is sweet, purple or nearly black, glaucous and edible.
"Forest Trees of Illinois" by Fuller George D.
Our species are biennial, leafy-stemmed, and pale or glaucous.
"The Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States" by Asa Gray
General appearance greyish-glaucous, darker above than beneath.
"Trees. A Woodland Notebook" by Herbert Maxwell
Haunted by fruitless dream his vessels sped
Three years the glaucous solitudes to explore,
Until, heart-sickening the Bermudan shore,
Beneath Floridian skies enchantments spread.
"Youth" by Jose Maria de Heredia y Giraud
The glaucous glow of fireflies
Flickered the dusk; and foxlike eyes
Peered from the shadows; and the hush
Murmured a word of wind and rush
Of fluttering waters, fragrant sighs,
And dreams unseen of mortal eyes.
"In The Wood" by Madison Julius Cawein
I can smell the salt, all right.
At our feet, the weed-mustachioed sea
Exhibits its glaucous silks,
Bowing and truckling like an old-school oriental.
You're no happier than I about it.
A policeman points out a vacant cliff
"Whitsun" by Sylvia Plath