The window was open, and the sweetbrier and the rose-vines made a very pretty frame for the delicate young face.
sweetbrier, and honey, coffee, and baked apples—really delicious.
In 1807 "a newly invented iron grate calculated for coal" was installed at sweetbrier.
He held out his hand; Champney handed him a sweetbrier and a tobacco pouch.
As soon as they reached home the Mortons all went over to sweetbrier Lodge to help with the final decorations.
The lawns, bright and soft, sloped for half a mile to the sweetbrier hedge.
Lois reached out and broke off a piece of the sweetbrier and smelled it.
He now gave us some roses and sweetbrier, and let us out from his pleasant garden.
Wild roses and sweetbrier sent up their evening incense to the radiant sky.
Nedda, waking, could hear the heavy drops pattering on the sweetbrier and clematis thatching her open window.