"There is my money," said the sweet-pea lady, handing her a shilling.
Im awfully sorry, too, for I think my dear sweet-pea ladies need the money.
She might have been counting the blossoms on the sweet-pea stalks.
Jane wandered to the sweet-pea hedge and hummed a little tune.
Mrs. Cristie dropped upon the ground every sweet-pea blossom she had gathered.
At one moment he examined the sweet-pea and mourned with it on a wretched existence.
Another, like the sweet-pea, dons a kind of helmet, whose vizor must be lifted by its suitor.
Will you meet me tonight near the sweet-pea border—about nine?
He patted Dotty's head, and said she looked like "a sweet-pea on tiptoe for a flight."
Warm milk when the cows were milked, or sweet-pea sticks, or bran to stuff the dolls' pillows.
Enamored of someone; in love with someone: He was never really sweet on Miss Carlisle/ very sweet on a handsome young man (1740+)