Origin of withy
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How to use withy in a sentence
A war-arrow was furnished with a cord or twist of withy at one end, and was intended to summon all men armed to a Thing.
The victims, bound tightly with withy-bands, were set before him.Frey and His Wife|Maurice Henry Hewlett
I tied a withy round the pat and led it home; but it was all lost by the way.'Tales from the Fjeld|P. Chr. Asbjrnsen
The orchard grew thinner and became a mere meadow running down to the river, which was overgrown with reeds and withy-beds.The House with the Mezzanine and Other Stories|Anton Tchekoff
There were withy-pots, or nests, for the wild fowl to lay their eggs in, a little above the surface of the water.The Diary of John Evelyn, Volume II (of 2)|John Evelyn