1 The maples were orange; the oaks a solid tint of raspberry.
2 She encountered negro shanties turned into studios, with orange curtains and pots of mignonette; marble houses on New Hampshire Avenue, with butlers and limousines; and men who looked like fictional explorers and aviators.
3 Her only innovation was painting the pine table a black and orange rather shocking to the Thanatopsis.
4 Now as the blubber envelopes the whale precisely as the rind does an orange, so is it stripped off from the body precisely as an orange is sometimes stripped by spiralizing it.
5 In some previous place I have described to you how the blubber wraps the body of the whale, as the rind wraps an orange.
6 My man worked in the orange groves in Florida, and he knows all about grafting.
7 Further away still, vegetable gardens abounded, with frequent small plantations of orange or lemon trees intervening.
8 Some one had gathered orange and lemon branches, and with these fashioned graceful festoons between.
9 Then she went softly out of doors, and plucking an orange from the low-hanging bough of a tree, threw it at Robert, who did not know she was awake and up.
10 An illumination broke over his whole face when he saw her and joined her under the orange tree.
11 They waited a good while under the orange trees, till Madame Antoine came back, panting, waddling, with a thousand apologies to explain her absence.
12 It was very pleasant to stay there under the orange trees, while the sun dipped lower and lower, turning the western sky to flaming copper and gold.
13 There was a garden out in the suburbs; a small, leafy corner, with a few green tables under the orange trees.
14 It abounded in fruits of almost every description, from the hardy apple of the north to the delicate orange of the south.
15 A dark battle line lay upon a sunstruck clearing that gleamed orange color.