They 're goin' to be all new clothes right through to their skins, 'n' Polly 's goin' to have a orange-blossom bunch on her hat.
Faint, very faint, there was still the scent of orange-blossom.
The horizons became wider, like a world; a fitful breeze blew away some of the orange-blossom breath.
An orange-blossom had dropped from her grasp, and lay neglected by her side; her life-hand never touched it more!
The veil was fastened with a bunch of tiny sprays of orange-blossom mingled with cypress and laurel—a strange combination.
It might be a thimble, indicating spinsterhood, or a spray of orange-blossom, indicating matrimony.
Gwenna shook the curly head under the orange-blossom wreath and the misty veil.
In the centre of the window, on a raised background of silver paper, was displayed a wreath of orange-blossom veiled with tulle.
I shall not be crowned with orange-blossom, so why should David go to the expense of an unnecessary topper?
The buildings are surrounded by gardens fragrant with champa and orange-blossom, and gay with many other flowers.