Only her old friend's flowers seemed to belong to this fruition
of old-blossoming hopes which he had once shared.
These roses are very late--they bloom after all the others have gone--and they hold all the warmth and soul of the summer come to fruition
," said Owen, plucking some of the glowing, half-opened buds.
Her beauty was still the object of desire, though greater beauty, or a fresher object, might have been more so; but the little abatement which fruition
had occasioned to this was highly overbalanced by the considerations of the affection which she visibly bore him, and of the situation into which he had brought her.
The day he arrived in Heidelberg he enrolled his name on the college books, and was so elated with the fact that his dearest hope had found fruition
and he was actually a student of the old and renowned university, that he set to work that very night to celebrate the event by a grand lark in company with some other students.
As the success of her plan approached more closely to fruition
she became so wrapped in her efforts that she failed to note the figure of a man standing beneath a huge tree at the edge of the jungle from which he had just emerged.
The greatest of his schemes had come so near to success, the luck had turned against him only at the very moment of fruition
of the year had come and the night should have been fine with a moon in the sky and the crisp sharp promise of frost in the air, but it wasn't that way.