At their feet lay a fragment of the deadly-poisonous Egyptian river-plant which Marston Brent had ignorantly plucked for a lotos.
The root also of this lotos is edible and has a rather sweet taste: it is round in shape and about the size of an apple.
This has the charms of melody and graceful fancy; it is of the poetry of Tennyson's lotos Eaters without the message.
And so I drifted, living in a careless sort of lotos dream, which I could have wished would last forever.
For a long time now he has eaten of the white man's lotos—the bimonthly beef-issue.
A few days later he was asked to a reception given by the lotos to Wilkie Collins.
May the lotos of Bliss by virtue of these prayers be made to bloom for her, and to bear the fruit of Buddhahood!
They sat looking in their laps, gazing in rapture up to heaven, or at the dazzling ripples and the lotos flowers on the surface.
Now the fruit of the lotos is in size like that of the mastich-tree, and in flavour 158 it resembles that of the date-palm.
The lotos floats on the mirror of the waters, and among the papyrus reeds by the shore water-fowl innumerable build their nests.