But smilax, never faltering, moved with the ease of a shadow.
smilax, as now used by florists, is but a very recent affair.
"No stay long 'nough in there to get much hungry," smilax shook his head.
The strawberry is no more a plagiarist than the smilax, nor the grape than the nettle.
They were inoculated with excitement and their nostrils pricked with the delicious smells of flowers and smilax and feast meats.
smilax had opened our duffle and hung out several things to air.
For decoration have a frieze of ropes or smilax caught with scarlet ribbon.
I'd take off my hat to you, smilax, if the storm hadn't blown it away!
Then smilax got one during the chase—which shows that he and Echochee haven't been killed.
"For God's sake," I whispered—but smilax had turned back to us and was beside her.
type of lilaceous plant, c.1600, from Latin, from Greek smilax "blindweed," also used of the yew and a kind of evergreen oak.