Either hyson has blundered wonderfully, or some magnetic influence has disturbed our instruments.
hyson, from the Chinese word He-tchune, which means, flourishing spring.
Mrs. Mac-Candlish bustled about, reinforced her teapot with hyson, and proceeded in her duties with her best grace.
Still, I'll engage I am tory enough yet to like the smell of hyson.
The Young hyson tea was having its mollifying effect on the whole company.
Some familiar kinds of green tea are hyson, Japan, and gunpowder.
The hyson blew her whistle, and was received with deafening cheers from the gunboats, which were on the eve of bolting.
Pity these 'hyson Mundungo' men, as Jack calls them, shouldn't have their eyes about 'em as well as on the log-slate!
Talking about optical phenomena, we had a curious one yesterday evening which was pointed out to me by hyson.
He's a chap named hyson, the local ne'er-do-well, who was almost starving when Mr. Glenthorpe came to the district.