She gave Sophy a little nosegay of white oleander and stephanotis, and kissed her cheek in greeting.
Perhaps it was because she was so different from the woman who was always steeped in stephanotis.
stephanotis trailed along the railing or climbed over the trellis.
Allis knew who the friends were; the clinging touch of stephanotis had come with him.
The odor of stephanotis, mingled with the sharper perfume of carnations, seemed almost visible.
In one hand she listlessly held a long spray of stephanotis.
The faintest whiff of stephanotis came to her on the lazy summer air.
"Your flowers should be stephanotis," he said, and that was all, as he followed her down the stairs.
I expect Jane Emerson was very ill after all that stephanotis!
A cluster of stephanotis in a low Venetian vase stood in front of that portrait, like flowers before a shrine.