He thought how senecio and Petronius would laugh at the notion of there being real Furies or subterranean gods!
senecio Saracenicus is said to have been used by the Saracens in the cure of wounds.
At 6,500 feet Smilax ruscoides, senecio scandens, Lilium giganteum.
He would not have chosen such creatures as Otho and senecio for his friends.
"He is not to blame that instead of a heart he has a piece of cheese in his breast," said senecio.
The exquisite, who looks as if he would be paralyzed by the weight of his own rings, is senecio.
senecio, on the other hand, was of a very humble extraction—his father being an emancipated slave.
It only meant, said senecio, that the Prfect had changed his mind.
There are probably over a thousand different kinds of senecio, very widely distributed.
In senecio balsamitæ, on the contrary, they are much less pointed, and may often be designated as obtuse.