Every day I gazed on the lovely fruit, which became gradually more and more tempting-looking, and it was all I could do not to break the magician's commands.
One night I dreamt that the fruit was perfectly ripe; I ate some of it, and it was more delicious than anything I had ever tasted in real life.
There were orchards, too, bearing luscious fruits that are all unknown in our world.
On the table were plates, knives and forks, and dishes of bread, meat and fruits.
hath God then said that of the Fruit Of all these Garden Trees ye shall not eate, Yet Lords declar'd of all in Earth or Aire?
Of the Fruit Of each Tree in the Garden we may eate, But of the Fruit of this fair Tree amidst The Garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eate Thereof, nor shall ye touch it, least ye die.
The second fruit
of friendship, is healthful and sovereign for the understanding, as the first is for the affections.
Master is right," replied Conseil; "and I propose to reserve three places in our vessel, one for fruits
, the other for vegetables, and the third for the venison, of which I have not yet seen the smallest specimen.
As soon as the traffic is concluded, one of the boats pulls in under cover of the muskets of the others, the fruit
is quickly thrown into her, and the transient visitors precipitately retire from what they justly consider so dangerous a vicinity.
Transverse to the length were innumerable tables made of slabs of polished stone, raised perhaps a foot from the floor, and upon these were heaps of fruits
On every side were forests of banana; the fruit
of which, though serving for food in various ways, lay in heaps decaying on the ground.
Tarzan quickly gathered up the fruit
, and, bringing it, laid it at her feet; and then he, too, sat upon the drum beside her, and with his knife opened and prepared the various fruits
for her meal.
I have never seen an instance of nutritious seeds passing through the intestines of a bird; but hard seeds of fruit
will pass uninjured through even the digestive organs of a turkey.
It's a regular show place for the Eastern guests at Del Monte, who run out here in their machines to see the trees in bloom or fruit
Caedmon next tells how the fiend tempted first the man and then the woman with guileful lies to eat of the fruit
which had been forbidden to them, and how Eve yielded to him.