love-in-winter

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n love-in-winter Eurasian herb with white or pinkish flowers in a terminal corymb
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n love-in-winter The pipsissewa or prince's-pine, Chimaphila umbellata.
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Usage

In literature:

Though the winter of sorrow held her in its icy grip, the Golden Summer of love still bloomed fresh and fragrant in her heart.
"Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer" by Jessie Graham Flower
Now, however, winter was on in earnest, and Dick & Co. were in their element, for, of all sports, they loved those that went with winter.
"The Grammar School Boys Snowbound" by H. Irving Hancock
The woods must be lovely in winter.
"The Californians" by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
She loved not only the flowers, but the warmth of the place, in the bitter winter weather.
"Paul Patoff" by F. Marion Crawford
It was one of those mild winters in which Christmas steals unawares upon the footprints of a lovely autumn.
"Vixen, Volume II." by M. E. Braddon
Creatures that love the cold move northerly in summer, and such as delight in a warmer clime move southerly in winter.
"History, Manners, and Customs of the North American Indians" by George Mogridge
But on one of my winter tramps I fell in love with this beautiful evergreen.
"Wild Life on the Rockies" by Enos A. Mills
It was an enchanting spot in summer or autumn, but even in winter Fay loved it; its solitude and peacefulness fascinated her.
"Wee Wifie" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
Youth finally overtook the young man during the last winter of his term in Congress, for he fell in love.
"James Madison" by Sydney Howard Gay
It was a lovely scene, only in one corner it was still Winter.
"Boys and Girls Bookshelf (Vol 2 of 17)" by Various
It was a lovely scene, only in one corner it was still winter.
"The Happy Prince and Other Tales" by Oscar Wilde
Just at the crown of the bank the house stood, and from here the view was very lovely, even now in winter.
"What She Could" by Susan Warner
You are my last love; the flower which blooms in the winter of my life!
"Sónnica" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
Three years before, in the winter time, I had brought my wife Elsa from her father's, loving her as fools and lonely men love dogs and women.
"The Sentimental Vikings" by Richard Voorhees Risley
In the peaceful winter of a well-spent life, love with white hair is an evening prayer that soars to the abode of the seraphs.
"Rambles in Womanland" by Max O'Rell
That's why we always have such lovely grate fires in the winter time, that make the house so cosy.
"Jessica Trent: Her Life on a Ranch" by Evelyn Raymond
The lovely weather of September had left us; early winter seemed to be setting in with a vengeance.
"Johnny Ludlow, Fourth Series" by Mrs. Henry Wood
So the autumn and half the winter passed away, without any one falling in love, unless it might be Colburne.
"Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty" by J. W. de Forest
Young Atkins met his wife last winter at Atlantic City, and at once fell in love with her.
"The House Opposite" by Elizabeth Kent
And last winter we met again, and yes, fell in love with each other.
"A Little Girl in Old St. Louis" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
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In poetry:

'Tis but the frost that clears the air,
And gives the sky that lovely blue;
They're smiling in a winter's sun,
Those evergreens of sombre hue.
"The Arbour" by Anne Bronte
He loves her more, as grow the years;
Her faults are virtues in his eyes;
He drinks, with her, Spring's wayward tears,
With her, shares Winter's wasted sighs.
"Nature And the Book" by Alfred Austin
Just she and I, where day’s dull things expire
In night’s oblivion, from care aloof----
A low-lit land of love, a glowing fire,
While Winter rains sound soft upon the roof.
"Home in Winter" by Robert Steel Byrnes
Of all the lovely train he was the last,
And with him all the pageant bright hath past,
And in its path, scour'd by the whimpering wind,
Gray shapeless Winter shuffles close behind.
"The Year’s Progress" by Frances Anne Kemble
And thou, gentle cypress, in evergreen tears,
Art constant and hopeful though winter appears.
My heart hath thy verdure, it blossoms above;
Like thee, it endureth and liveth in love.
"The Valley Cemetery" by Mary Baker Eddy
How kindly nature wraps secure and warm,
In the fallen mantle of her summer pride,
These lovely tender things that peep and hide,
Whom unawares thy curious eye hath spied,
For the long night of winter's frost and storm.
"A November Wood-Walk" by Kate Seymour Maclean

In news:

What do kids who love boats do in the winter.
Love came right after my mummers brigade, the Vaudevillains, paraded to a rather different tune-- Mummers in the Post Apocalyptic Nuclear Winter.
Making its world premiere at New Theatre, Winter is about how we remember the ones we love but more often forget them while we're buried in the minutiae of our lives.
With apologies to Beethoven, in January 1999 -- known by many as the The Winter of Love -- the best song ever created sang its way into the hearts of America's youth.
Jennifer Lopez dealt with a wardrobe malfunction back in the winter at the Oscars when her dangerously low-cut dress migrated a little, showing a bit too much of her lovely lady lumps.
David Fray of Sidewalk Prophets ("Live Like That") loves fans so much, they want a lucky winner to join them onstage at Winter Jam in Memphis, TN.
His huskies, Jack and Ollie, especially loved the park in winter.
The chef first fell in love with French food – A Chef's Incredible Winter Picnic.
I love seeing children dress like the breath of summer in the dead of winter.
But whether it is summer, fall, winter or spring, if you love books, there is a place for you in the Seasoned Readers Book Club.
"Our fan base is very loyal, we sell out all our home games, they love to travel, and it's an opportunity for them to come to Dallas in the winter time, so they're going to jump on that.".
Of all the seasons in the garden I love the dead of winter best.
"My love for winter probably started in my hometown of Jamestown with the lake-effect snows ," Stevens, 24, says, of that Lake Erie city.
Jeremy Jones founded the environmental-protection nonprofit Protect Our Winters in 2007 to unite snowboarders and skiers behind saving what they love.
But for those hardy winter-loving runners and walkers there's the 10 am Snowflake 5K/10K race in Flushing.
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