To do my poor eglantine justice, he did not care for the hundred thousand acres—it was the star that delighted him—ah!
His sister was also a poet and her verses are included in the “Wreath of eglantine.”
eglantine confesses that she helped to ruin Euryanthe in the hope of winning Adolar, and is promptly stabbed by Lysiart.
"That fellow eglantine will create another Pun-ic war," said Sparkle.
And afterward he was led into a garden of Caiphas, and there he was crowned with eglantine.
This meed of poetic honour was an eglantine composed of silver.
Indeed, eglantine's proposition is gladly accepted by the young women.
But Sidonie cared no more for lilies of the valley than for eglantine.
eglantine took a hand, which Morgiana did not refuse; he thought about old times.
Hidden by brier and eglantine, they are fast losing all traces of cultivation.
"sweet briar," c.1400, from French églantine, from Old French aiglent "dog rose," from Vulgar Latin *aquilentus "rich in prickles," from Latin aculeus "spine, prickle," diminutive of acus "needle" (see acuity).