It came from a tuft of wild thyme on which her palm had been pressing while she leaned.
The bees buzzed about the wild thyme and the golden heads of gorse.
There was a bruised sweetness in the atmosphere about them, which they discovered presently to be wild thyme.
She was engaged in putting the wild thyme into a bunch, stalk by stalk.
We crushed the wild thyme and mignonette beneath our feet at every step, yet they seemed to offer us their incense at parting.
There was a bank where the wild thyme grew, sheltered by a tall linden-tree.
But he wanted to pick a bunch of wild thyme and some blackberries by moonlight, and ran out after the others.
Then they reached the pretty bank where the wild thyme grew.
Nur looked like a kind little old man, and he wore a sprig of wild thyme in his hood.
The honey of Mount Hymettus owes its fine quality to wild thyme.