A few feet from where we sit is the sawed-off stump of a third willow.
After willow Smith, The Roots assemble for their musical performance.
Whether or not the joke was funny or ill-conceived, though, Levi was mostly concerned about how it affected Bristol and willow.
Shawn and willow," Karen says, "were texting back and forth.
But Sarah, in her best sitcom parent impersonation, calls willow's cellphone and lays down the law.
Young folk walked the roads by night, singing and waving branches of willow.
And the rest of the journey to willow Bluff was made almost in silence.
So they proceeded till they reached a bank and willow hedge, through which horses could hardly have pursued them.
That green strip of willow is the edge of a quicksand where no one knows the depth.
No one would consider it difficult to weave cane or willow wands as tall as himself.
Old English welig, from Proto-Germanic *walg- (cf. Old Saxon wilgia, Middle Dutch wilghe, Dutch wilg), probably from PIE *wel- "to turn, roll," with derivatives referring to curved, enclosing objects. The change in form to -ow (14c.) paralleled that of bellow and fellow. The more typical Germanic word for the tree is represented by withy.