Salwes are osiers; the osier is commonly called sally in Shropshire, and the same name is given to all kinds of willows.
Usually made of osier, for the transport and measure of shingle-ballast.
To keep off the heat in winter there are fire screens of osier, but of course in summer these disappear.
Patience, with hideous calmness, bound me to a tree with an osier shoot.
Every now and then they had to jump across a small dyke, and once they had to make a detour to avoid an osier bed.
A variety of colors was the only ornament of their wooden or osier shields.
Tufts of osier and birch grow on the hot lips of volcanic Schneehalten.
The reference is to baskets made of osier, a kind of willow.
His robe, very long and very large, and of which the flaps were extended on an osier frame, preserved him from suddenly falling.
Their shields were made of osier twigs, and their javelins were blunted.
species of willow used in basket-work, c.1300, from Old French osier "willow twig" (13c.) and directly from Medieval Latin osera "willow," ausaria "willow bed," of unknown origin, perhaps from Gaulish. Old English had the word as oser, from Medieval Latin.