amaryllis, smiling, moved toward the inner corridor of her house.
amaryllis Formosissima was in bloom in one week after I planted the bulb.
Tea under the cedar was over, and amaryllis could not eat even another éclair, when he had said to her, "It's half-past five."
amaryllis rose to leave them together, but her father stopped her.
There was malevolent and impotent silence in the andronitis of amaryllis, the Greek.
amaryllis sat upright in her chair, and drew in her breath sharply.
She was led into a long narrow room, showing the same simple elegance that marked all the house of amaryllis, the Greek.
For that amaryllis was in that house he had less doubt than proof.
This arrangement placed amaryllis rather low down—a long way from the top and fountain of honour—and highly displeased her.
amaryllis could not know that her very truculence was a fan to his flame.
autumn-flowering bulbs, 1794, adopted by Linnaeus from Latin, from Greek Amaryllis, typical name of a country girl or shepherdess (in Theocritus, Virgil, Ovid, etc.).