She has not seen his face, she does not know his name; she sees him in visions induced by the perfume of jessamine or of pinks.
I used to tell you it was the jessamine; the jessamine is a simpleton, I tell you.
The scent of the jessamine became suddenly so intense that I drew the coverlet over my face in the effort to shut it out.
There was a trellis over the door and jessamine swinging from it.
There is a proverbial saying there, that she who is worthy of being decorated with jessamine is rich enough for any husband.
A white frock and a little sentiment,—a sprig of jessamine and a bit of poetry!
Beautiful Dog had brought to light that which jessamine had died alone in the dark rather than reveal.
A thousand odors from orange and jessamine floated caressingly about him.
The Squire had come in through the open glass doors, round which the jessamine was blooming.
Everywhere the odour of garlic and oil is mingled with that of oranges and jessamine.