It's brawer walking on the road than amang thae wild bushes and whins.
His heart filled with fear of the unseen before him, the little dog lay for a long time in a clump of whins.
whins and thistles are the only bad things that Bonnie Scotland has sent out here.
If, however, whins are from their nature a bad hazard, they have nevertheless very distinguished sanction.
The whins within view burst into blossom; and the morning breeze which dried the dews wafted their fragrance.
Another feature of the course, which is now less pronounced than it used to be, is the luxuriant growth of whins.
The white goat stood in a little clearing closed in by a ring of whins on the hillside.
The whins lie in wait for a sliced shot, while on the left is the strong shore of the harbour.
We lay among the whins and bramble undisturbed till the dusk came on.
There are whins in fair profusion, and they play an important part at both the second and third holes.