A moment afterward she distinguished the somber silhouette of the bateau on the gray surface of the morelle.
But it was on the side of the morelle that the destruction was most lamentable.
As the Prussians were on the opposite side of the morelle, an immediate assault was not to be feared.
The Common morelle seems under certain conditions to be poisonous.
On the opposite bank of the morelle lived a tall youth named Dominique Penquer.
It dipped partially in the morelle, which rounded at that point into a transparent basin.
The part of the mill which dipped in the morelle had the air of a barbaric arch stranded there.
Suddenly a stone was detached from the wall and fell into the morelle with a loud splash.
The balls whistled above the morelle without damaging either side.
Her arms were fatigued; the murmur of the morelle beneath her commenced to make her dizzy.
type of edible mushroom, 1670s, from French morille (16c.), of uncertain origin, apparently from Germanic; cf. Old High German morhilo (German Morchel), diminutive of morha "root of a tree or plant," from Proto-Germanic *murhon- (cf. Old English more, German möhre "carrot").