The gaudy flowers measure five or six inches across, with a bristly calyx and bell-shaped, orange-yellow corolla.
The Major lifted his bristly eyebrows with a contemptuous twitch.
The bristly ridge of its chine showed black against the red west.
His head was cropped and bristly, like as if he had a wig made of hair-brushes.
The exormiston, a sort of king among fishes, with bristly nostrils and a milky delicacy of flavour, is found in these waters.
A faint flush of shame tinged his bristly cheek at the thought.
Plumage soft, full, rather blended; two tufts of bristly feathers at the base of the upper mandible directed forwards.
His moustache was also cut short and bristly over a full, brutal mouth.
The Alkanet is an erect, hairy plant, which is not quite so bristly as its cousin, the Common Borage.
They were all legs and teeth and bristly fur, the meat almost inedible.