But then, you see, there was enough saved from the wreckage after all to keep me alive, and Miss catalpa smiled again.
catalpa is a tree singularly free from destructive diseases.
Probably ninety per cent of all the catalpa ever cut has gone into fence posts.
I am not the man you knew—except in loving you I am not the man who sat with you beneath the catalpa.
Corolla of catalpa laid open, displaying two good stamens and three abortive ones or vestiges.
The Indian then gently supported him, and seated him against the trunk of the catalpa, at whose foot he had been hitherto lying.
How often did she sigh beneath the catalpa, as if anxious to trust the winds with a message of love to other lands!
These flowers, which resemble the blossom of the catalpa, constitute one of the crests of the Mikado of Japan.
Steud., is a large tree native of China with the aspect of the catalpa with broad opposite leaves.
Due to his efforts, and otherwise, catalpa was for a time the most advertised plantation tree in this country.
c.1740, from an American Indian language of the Carolinas, perhaps Creek (Muskogean) /katalpa/, literally "head-wing."