Lafe could almost hear the wild doves cooing in the scrub-oak caon.
And I am but a scrub-oak in this forest of giants, my Brothers.
"He may be in any one of those thousand scrub-oak patches," said Haynes as they remounted.
Is a peach-tree just like a horse-chestnut, or a scrub-oak, or a honey-locust?
Wallace, and had fallen back across some open fields to the scrub-oak woods beyond.
Thence, through a tangled wilderness of scrub-oak and manzanita, down a steep slope, into a pretty caon.
Ordinary oak-leaves are too small to use; it is on the scrub-oak that you will find them large enough.
The hills around Chi-chiang were thickly clad with scrub-oak, on the leaves of which silkworms had been placed to feed.
The shadow of the scrub-oak under which they had thrown themselves was a long blot across the sand.
In the same piece of scrub-oak the summer after I found another black-and-white warbler's nest.