Mawkish and over-mellow becometh the fruit in their hands: unsteady, and withered at the top, doth their look make the fruit-tree.
Beauty is the blossom that makes the fruit-tree fair and fragrant.
Its chief value in Europe is as a fruit-tree, though the light but tough wood is much esteemed for the manufacture of furniture.
When a fruit-grower plants a fruit-tree, he does three things for it.
Then he fled into the forest, and after many days was found hanging dead in the fork of a fruit-tree.
When an orchard is selected, the apple is preferred to any other fruit-tree.
Sometimes it is a rovin' peddler at day-rates or a fruit-tree agent by the week.
There are vineyards, cornfields, orchards, almost every fruit-tree flourishes there.
There are but few trees, the apricot being the only fruit-tree cultivated, and it does not seem to thrive.
It is worth while to have an intellectual interest in a fruit-tree.