When he got too excited, she scrambled up a may-tree, and sat licking herself in placid triumph, while the terriers barked below.
The may-tree was nearly at the end of the garden, down by the shrubbery.
The wagon stood under a may-tree, and the flowers were dropping on the grass like snow.
Then the riders race to the may-tree, which has been set up a little way off.
I know quite a lot about America from a grey squirrel who rents my may-tree on Mitten Island.
Here and there in the wide sweep of tall growing things stood a tree—a may-tree shining like silver, a laburnum like fine gold.
In many an old German village there stood a tree, often a may-tree, which the villagers guarded as the apple of their eye.
The may-tree of the German village, for instance, is a permanent construction, made up of several tall trunks.
Jessie and I had betaken ourselves with our books to a corner we much affected, where there was a bench under a may-tree.
She was seated on a green garden-bench which surrounded the great may-tree in that large, warm, well-furnished garden.