Such things cannot thrive in a lily-of-the-valley world, but shrink away from the presence of beauty and purity.
She is in her grave, let us gather there the lily-of-the-valley, O gu, the Marguerite.
Now look, and I will show you the lily-of-the-valley cups—there are only a few there under the shelter of the gray stone arch.
Near him, just inside the wall, was a bed of lily-of-the-valley.
For the scarf smelled of lily-of-the-valley, Aniuta Blagovo's favourite scent.
The lily-of-the-valley, on the other hand, is said to have been found by Apollo and given by him to sculapius, the leech.
The lily-of-the-valley was gone; he had no idea where he had lost it, nor could he now stay to inquire.
Around them masses of lily-of-the-valley could be seen peeping out from amidst the fine grass.
Those who designate the tree as lily-of-the-valley have in mind the flowers.
In any case I recognise in the violet a dangerous rival to the lily-of-the-valley, and am very fond of it.