Against the trunk of a tulip-tree, that towered over the tent, rested three guns.
The oak of England and the pine of Norway are not more typical than the tulip-tree.
They were entering their own garden, where, beneath the shade of the tulip-tree, Margaret lay on her couch.
Before I rode off, I dug up some roots of the tulip-tree and chewed them, swallowing the juice, till I reached camp.
The logs of which it was formed were all of the tulip-tree, and were nicely pared.
But take the Long Road and turn at the turning by the tulip-tree, and you will find me at home.
I thought I knew exactly the form of the leaf of the tulip-tree, until one day a lady asked me to draw the outlines of one.
Over the whole he had laid great green leaves that looked like the leaves of the tulip-tree.
The mantel-piece was commonplace enough, of "poplar" wood—that is, tulip-tree—painted brown.
Belonging to the same fair family is the tulip-tree, with large tulip-shaped flowers tinged with yellow, orange, and green.