She disregarded every costly cover that cometh to the table, and taketh little but manchet and succory pottage.
After calling for a glass of succory water, which she drank, she dined.
Her death was sudden, after a few days' illness; and she was seized with the malady upon drinking a glass of succory water.
An insect found on the flowers of the succory plant in India and China.
The Sowthistle (Sonchus oleraceus) abounds in the same milky juice as the succory, and has the same kind of fleshy root.
Quite a charming young man—married a Miss succory, a connection of the Restharrows, and such a sweet girl!
She rivals the succory in beautifying arid dust heaps and barren railroad cuts, with her tender opalescent pink tints.