What he calls a “papery palace of stories” sustains identity and ties Mufti to place.
The flowers last a long time in water, gradually becoming paler in color and papery in texture.
"No one can complain of papery ices here," said the Marchesa.
Stone lanterns, green with moss, peeped through clumps of papery bamboos where bronze storks were pretending to feed.
It was of silky, papery fiber, as smooth to the touch as to the eye.
These bundles are usually bound with a thin, papery sheath at the base, and set in spiral rows that wind around the twig.
Look along the twigs and you will find the needles arranged in bundles, with a papery, enclosing sheath at the base.
The coat of the inner ball is thin and papery, and opens by an apical mouth.
He took out his clasp knife, and after stripping off the papery outer shell, cut the onion into thick dewy slices.
They grow from one to over two feet high, taller than the grasslike leaves, forming a loose cluster, with papery bracts.