Her hair still shone like copper-beech leaves; her face had still the same colour and the same sweet, powdery smell.
Then, leaning on his arm, she ventured as far as the seat under the copper-beech.
There was a smothered laugh; and when the light flared up again, the aigrette in her copper-beech hair was all askew.
"Candid family, the Territons," remarked Eugene to the copper-beech.
A faint breeze stirred the young leaves of the copper-beech, which is a silent tree by nature, and did not so much as whisper now.
A little bat kept flying past; and behind the copper-beech the moon was shining on the lake.
The tea-table was duly installed under the wide shade of the copper-beech.
Camelia was still under the copper-beech, and still talking to Mr. Rodrigg.
The copper-beech is a variety with copper-coloured leaves, due to the presence of a red colouring-matter in the sap.
Most of all did it matter that the girl with the smoke-blue eyes and copper-beech hair had been swept away from him forever.